This wine is a blend of three grape varieties: Barbera, Nebbiolo and Cabernet. Structured wine with good hints of fruit and soft tannins and intense. Spiced with a hint of wood, soft in the mouth. Right balance between acidity and alcohol; with a good predisposition to aging.
Bouquet: ethereal wine, very intense, with enveloping hints of vanilla.
Taste: velvety, soft, enveloping and persistent.
Product Name: Langhe Doc
Color: red Type: still
Alcool percentage: 14,5 %
Aging: three – four years
Number of bottles produced: 2.000
Method: Fermentation with the skins medium-long in steel tanks. Refining the next six months in wood.
Temperature: 25° – 28 °C
Lenght: 15 days
Aging: steel 8 months
Minimum aging in bottle: 3 months
Empty Bottle Weight: 450 gr
Date of Bottling: December 2014 Aging
Potential: 5 years
Cork Size: 24 x 44
Cork Material: cork Bottle
% of Grape / Cépage: Barbera-Nebbiolo-Cabernet
Soil: calcareous clay
Agricultural method: guyot traditional
Year of plantation: Barbera 2000 – Nebbiolo 1978 – Cabernet
Date of Harvest: early October
Type of Harvest: hand harvest
Geolocation: production area of Barbera-Nebbiolo-Cabernet
Dry Extract [g/l]: 24
Total Acidity [g/l of tartaric acid equivalent ]: 5,50
Number of bottles per box: 6 – 12 box
Size: 18x32,5x24,5: 33x31x25