Red - Piedmont - Italy
|Regio:||Barbaresco, Barolo, Piëmont|
1959 Barbaresco La Villa Seralunga d'Alba Piemonte
The classical dry red wine comes from the Barbaresco DOC in Northern Italy, the important wine region of Piedmont. Barbaresco is one of the great wines of Piedmont. It is a wine of extremely ancient origin and was mentioned by Livy in his monumental History of Rome. It was only toward the middle of the 19th century, however, that production was begun of a dry type of wine, which brought out all of Barbaresco's extraordinary qualities. Professor Domizio Cavazza, a noted enologist, introduced new vinification techniques and, in 1894, founded a cooperative winery exclusively dedicated to the production of Barbaresco. Barbaresco is 100% made with the Nebbiolo grape. The dry red wine is produced in the Piedmont region in an area of the Langhe immediately to the east of Alba and specifically in the comunes of Barbaresco, Treiso and Neive plus that area of the frazione San Rocco. The soils of Barbaresco zone are composed primarily of calcareous marl dating from the Tortonian epoch.
The designation Grignolino of Monferrato DOC represents one of the most important wine areas of the region Piedmont . The name Grignolino del Monferrato DOC includes the provinces of Alexandria and was created in 1974 . The wines of the appellation Grignolino del Monferrato DOC are mainly based on grapes Grignolino , Freisa . The attached map shows the geographical definition of the designation Grignolino del Monferrato DOC .
1986 Grignolino Bersano Cascina Bersano Piemonte
The Bersano winery was founded in the end of the 19th century in Nizza Monferrato. Bersano has today over 230 hectars in the best Cru areas in Barolo and Langhe, making the largest private wine grower company in Piedmont. The premium wines are from the Conti di Cremosina vineyards. When subjected to aging of at least five years before release, the wine can be labeled a Riserva.
BaroloThe classical dry red wine comes from the Barolo DOC in Northern Italy, the most important wine region of Piedmont. Prior to the mid-19th century, Barolo was a sweet wine. The fact that the Nebbiolo grape ripens late in October meant that temperatures would be steadily dropping by harvest. By November and December, temperatures in the Piedmont region would be cold enough to halt fermentation, leaving a significant amount of residual sugar left in the wine. In the mid-19th century the French enologist Louis Oudart improve the winemaking techniques of the local producers. Using techniques focusing on improving the hygiene of the cellar, Oudart was able to ferment the Nebbiolo must completely dry, making the first modern Barolo. This new, dry red wine soon became a favorite among the nobility of Turin and the ruling House of Savoy, giving rise to the popular description of Barolo as the wine of kings, the king of wines.
labels in good condition , Fontanafredda torn in a corner with all indications
levels and capsules are in very good conditions
Shipment courier 1-3 days in suitable packaging for wine, see photo
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