A Barbera d'Asti that was born from the work of a young and very interesting Australian winemaker, Dave Fletcher who settled in Piedmont in 2012. A small production carried out in an old railway station converted into a cellar.
Dave doesn't own vines but buys grapes from friendly growers who follow organic farming and from these he creates his wines such as Barbera.
A red with notes of currant, fresh and elegant. A well made wine, to be tasted and appreciated every day.
A producer's debut feature we'll definitely hear about in the future!
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Al naso rivela aromi di frutti rossi come lampone, mora e ciliegia.
Al palato il vino risulta equilibrato, fresco, dal finale persistente.
Ottimo con piatti di carne
0,75 L Standard
DOCG Barbera d'Asti
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Name: Fletcher Address: Strada della Stazione, 27 - Barbaresco (CN) Web Site: https://www.fletcherwines.com/
I have a heavy addiction to Nebbiolo, and I live in Barbaresco where Im completely surrounded by it. I'm also Australian by birth and that means I'm a little bit of a stranger amongst the hills of the Langhe, but I do feel like it's home now. My addiction has taken me on a ride that I would never have dreamed of. I started making wine from the day I left school, and even though I didn't inherit a winery or watch my Dad work the vines, it's been an uncontrollable passion for me since day one.
Anyway, to cut a long story short, I found Nebbiolo back in 2006.... 10 years later, I'm living amongst the vines in Italy, making wine in the old train station of Barbaresco, and enjoying the positive feedback from my customers that keeps me striving to aim higher. The production has somewhat diverted from only Nebbiolo, and what started with just Barolo and Barbaresco has now grown into 7 wines that are produced from 12 different vineyard sites. I still make one wine in Australia too, which is a unique expression of Australian Nebbiolo. ?My production is small, no more than 12000 bottles.