Barbera D'Asti "Belmon" was born like blend of 3 vineyards at 260 mt slm aspect sud/west, vineyards “Cerruta”, “Canfulet”,”Glauda. Average vine age:30 years; altitude: 260 meters; yield per hectare: 9000 kg of grapes. Choice of grapes harvested, maceration of 15/20 days, all the while following the traditional method of the Berta family.Deep ruby color, lingering fragrance and fruity with notes of violet and ripe fruit flavor, nicely balanced, full-bodied and round. To be consumed at 16 ° - 18 ° C.
Ravioli, chicken meat, fowl and all red meats, game, stews and medium-mature cheeses.
Deep ruby color, lingering fragrance and fruity with notes of violet and ripe fruit flavor, nicely balanced, full-bodied and round.
Choice of grapes harvested, maceration of 20/25 days, all the while following the traditional method of the Berta family.
Barbera is the third most widely planted red grape variety in Italy though it is most common in the Asti and Alba regions. Barbera grapes produce rich, red wines with strong fruit flavors and aromas, especially black cherry. Other characteristics of wines made with Barbera grapes include low, mild tannins and high acidity which produces a crisp taste.
Barbera wines are traditionally aged in large casks which impart little oak flavor, but some today are aged in small French oak barrels, leading to strong oak flavors. Aging in smaller casks also imparts more tannins to the Barbera wines...
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