The Coppo Cellars have been declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO, an acknowledgment that makes them a cathedral of Italian wine production.
A history that has lasted for more than 120 years which has allowed us to anticipate market trends without losing our identity. Joining the Wine Research Team has allowed us to produce a Barbera with no added sulphites in order to fully express all the potential of this ancient grape variety.
Barbera Cascina Gavelli takes its name from the homonymous farmhouse on the estate owned in Castelnuovo Calcea and is made through a mana harvest, maceration in contact with the skins and refining in steel tanks.
A Barbera with a ruby red color, hints of ripe red fruit, plum and wild strawberries with floral final notes. The taste is savory and fresh with a persistent finish. Combined with cold cuts and white meats it is excellent !!!
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Fine e complesso; sentori di frutta rossa matura, fragoline di bosco, prugna e sambuco, finale floreale di rosa e viola.
Fresco e sapido, di grande succulenza e persistenza.
Salumi, peperone ripieno, agnolotti del "Plin", capretto al forno.
0,75 L Standard
Selezione in vigneto delle sole uve perfettamente sane ed integre, raccolte a mano in cassette da 8 Kg.
DOCG Barbera d'Asti
Marne argillose-calcaree con prevalenza limo.
In vasche d'acciaio.
Macerazione a contatto delle bucce. Malolattica: 100% svolta.
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The Coppo family history intertwines with the development of the City of Canelli, which in the early 1900s had already established itself as the Capital of Italys famous sweet sparkling wine Moscato (Muscat).
The region was also rich in Barbera, but the family followed the trail of sweet bubbles for a little over a century and consolidated. Thus it is under the auspices of Moscato that at the turn of the century, founder Piero Coppo begins producing sweet sparkling wines that become a distinctive mark of made in Italy long before Anglo-Saxon custom coined the phrase.
The evolution of sweet sparkling wines into drier wines or brut pinot noir based offerings was obvious, as was the need to measure up the Barbera to the big reds from Monferrato and Langa.
The company flourishes and becomes solid as the elegant family mansion in the heart of the city testifies, with its long series of cellars tunneled out of the hillside that reveal the different geological layers of various epochs.