Red wines

Barbera d’Asti D.O.C.G. “Camp d’la Bela”

  • Grape
    Barbera (100%)
  • Vineyard
    Camp d’la Bela vineyard (“the vineyard of the pretty girl”), situated in Calosso (Asti), characterised by a mixed soil, clayish and calcareous, and low yields, situated in Calosso (Asti).
  • Training
    Guyot
  • Harvest
    Manual harvesting in 20 kg cases. Harvest is performed when phenolic ripeness is reached (by the end of September/beginning of October).
  • RESA /HA
    About 8.5 tons
  • Alcohol
    13%
  • Vinification

    Vinification starts with soft pneumatic pressing, followed by traditional maceration with submerged cap until complete sugar fermentation; recurrent pumping-over is intially performed. The wine ages for about one year eclusively in steel tanks as to keep freshness and flavour. After bottling, the wine rests in the cellar for at least six months before selling.

  • Serving Temperature and food matching

    18-20° C.

    Thanks to its freshness it’s an excellent food wine, well suited to match any dish with a fat component. The Barbera d’Asti Camp d’la Bela finds a natural pairing in the dishes of the  piedmontese culinary tradition, especially starters ( like veal with tuna sauce), as well as cold cuts and meat dishes (like braised and boiled meats). As for the traditional dishes, it’s an excellent match to bagna cauda and piedmontese mixed fry.

  • Vitigno
    Barbera (100%)
  • Vigneto
    Camp d’la Bela vineyard (“the vineyard of the pretty girl”), situated in Calosso (Asti), characterised by a mixed soil, clayish and calcareous, and low yields, situated in Calosso (Asti).
  • Forma di allevamento
    Guyot
  • Vendemmia
    Manual harvesting in 20 kg cases. Harvest is performed when phenolic ripeness is reached (by the end of September/beginning of October).
  • RESA /HA
    About 8.5 tons
  • Gradazione Alcolica
    13%
  • Vinificazione

    Vinification starts with soft pneumatic pressing, followed by traditional maceration with submerged cap until complete sugar fermentation; recurrent pumping-over is intially performed. The wine ages for about one year eclusively in steel tanks as to keep freshness and flavour. After bottling, the wine rests in the cellar for at least six months before selling.

  • Temperatura di servizio

    18-20° C.

    Thanks to its freshness it’s an excellent food wine, well suited to match any dish with a fat component. The Barbera d’Asti Camp d’la Bela finds a natural pairing in the dishes of the  piedmontese culinary tradition, especially starters ( like veal with tuna sauce), as well as cold cuts and meat dishes (like braised and boiled meats). As for the traditional dishes, it’s an excellent match to bagna cauda and piedmontese mixed fry.

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