2018 – Barbera d’Alba D.o.c.


Italians are divided over whether Barbera should take the masculine or the feminine definite article – il Barbera or la Barbera?

The Treccani Institute says both versions are used. Masculine when referring to the grape variety, feminine when referring to the wine. In Langhe, Barbera is female. It always has been.

However, since there is no unanimous agreement, we prefer to stand by our initial position and invite you to sample the wine without delay.


SKU: CO18BAA075-2 Category:


Grape blend:
Barbera 100%

Production area: Langhe and Roero
Altitude: 250 to 350 m asl
Soil composition: limestone and clay Exposure: South – South-West
Average yield: 8000 kg/ha
Vine training method: Guyot
Harvesting period: late September, early October

Winemaking notes:
Vinification: de-stalking-pressing, maceration in temperature-controlled tanks at 25-26°C for 8-10 days with daily pumping over of the must, followed by malolactic fermentation.
Ageing: in oak barrels of varying capacities

Tasting notes:
Colour: ruby red with an intense purple tinge
Aroma: rich notes of red fruits and flowers
Taste: an enhanced freshness that makes it pleasantly fruity and excellent to drink

Serving temperature:
16-18 ° C

Recommended pairings:
Thanks to its balanced acidity it is ideal with cold cuts, pasta and rice dishes, and fresh cheeses

Additional information


classic wines





cold cuts, fresh cheeses, pasta and rice dishes