Antica Cascina dei Conti di Roero extends over a territory which since 2014 has been defined by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site and which has received the "The Green Experience" certification from Coldiretti of Cuneo for the eco-sustainable techniques adopted during the production of its wines.
One of the most appreciated "cru" areas is represented by the Cascina Penna vineyard, a vineyard planted in Arneis, Favorita and Barbera in 1997.
The grapes from which Barbera d'Alba 2017 is born are obtained from an unexposed soil in full sun, a condition that allows the grapes to remain fresh and acidic.
A wine that also lends itself to aging in the cellar but which must be consumed during an evening with friends.
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Rosso rubino acceso.
Sentori di frutta matura, prugna, mora e ciliegia marasca.
Fragrante, fresco, buona acidità, retrogusto di frutti d bosco e vaniglia.
Agnolotti al plin ai tre arrosti, tajarin al ragù, carni al forno, in umido e lesse, formaggi a media stagionatura, tome di Langa.
0,75 L Standard
Raccolta dei grappoli a mano in piccole ceste da 20 kg. Fine settembre.
DOC Barbera d'Alba
Canale d'Alba (CN)
In tini di acciaio per 6 mesi e in barrique di secondo passaggio per 6 mesi.
Fermentazione con macerazione di 15-20 giorni.
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Name: Antica Cascina dei Conti di Roero Start-up year: 1957 Cultivated hectares: 13 Winemaker name: Gianfranco Cordero Address: Località Val Rubiagno, 2 - Vezza d'Alba (CN) Web Site: www.oliveropietro.it
The Antica Cascina dei Conti di Roero estate was established in the early 1950s, when the Olivero family, Danielas parents, bought the Valmenera farmhouse in Vezza dAlba. They added the land and vineyards already owned in the Certuti region, better known as Sru, in the municipal districts of Canale and Monteu Roero, now a UNESCO World Heritage core zone. In the beginning, it was a typical farm, cultivating fruit, vines and cereal crops, as well as keeping livestock. The turnaround came in the early Seventies, when the decision was made to focus exclusively on viticulture and winemaking.
The land is in our blood.?Our idea of winegrowing can be explained in a single word: authenticity. This is a concept that we apply in the vineyard, in the cellar and in our life. Today we make about 100 thousand bottles. This isnt a job, its our way of life.