La Regina Barbera d'Asti DOCG

La Regina Barbera d'Asti DOCG

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Intense purplish color mottled with deep ruby reflections. Intriguing fruity hints of ripe fruit... more
Product information "La Regina Barbera d'Asti DOCG"

Intense purplish color mottled with deep ruby reflections. Intriguing fruity hints of ripe fruit and plum jam blend with balsamic notes and light toasting notes. At the sip it is velvety, persistent and with a vibrant acidity. Excellent with roasts, braised meats, mixed boiled meats and medium-aged cheeses.

Variety: Barbera 100%

Production Area: Montegrosso d'Asti, Asti

Alcoholic fermentation: in large 54 hl French oak barrels

Malolactic fermentation: in 500 liter French oak tonneau

Invecchiamento: 18 months in 500 liter French oak tonneaux

Refinement: 6 months in the bottle

Alcohol content: 15,5%

Food pairing: red meats, braised meats, stews, roasts, mixed boiled meats, cheese

Serving temperature: 18-20° C

"La Regina Barbera d'Asti DOCG"
Region: Piemonte
Certification: DOCG
Contains sulfites: Yes
Grape: Barbera
Alcohol: over 12% - strong wine, 16 %
Manufacturer: Ferraris Agricola
Colour: Red
Quantity: 0,75 ltr

Ferraris Agricola

The philosophy that has always accompanied my work is to be able to combine respect for nature, tradition and technology in order to always obtain the best possible result, investing time (and not only) in the search for the best"

The history of the Ferraris Agricola winery began when great-grandfather Luigi emigrated to America and found gold during the "Golden rush" in California. Thanks to his income, great-grandmother Teresa, who had remained in Italy, had the opportunity to make his dreams come true. In 1921 she bought the house, in Castagnole Monferrato, in Via al Castello, home of the first Ferraris winery. Two years later, grandfather Martino bought the "Casot", a rural farmhouse in the middle of a 40,000 square meter plot where today one of the most representative vineyards of the company stands. However, the production of wine remained a passion and never a job. Thus, for decades, the grapes were given to the town's Social Cooperative.