In the heart of "Nizza", in Castelnuovo Calcea is to be found our La Court estate. La Court is the name, in Piedmontese, of one of the estate's three farmhouses: two magical hills where the art Park "Orme su la Court" was born. Barbera "Nizza" La Court comes out only in the years that we feel are excellent.
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Rosso rubino carico con riflessi sericei brillanti.
Complesso, delicato, avvolgente con grande personalità; note di ciliegia marasca, frutti neri, cioccolato e caffè.
Strutturato, avvolgente, di grande freschezza e setosità.
Eccellente con piatti di carni rosse, paste con sughi di carne, formaggi stagionati.
0,75 L Standard
DOCG Barbera d'Asti
Povero di sostanza organica ma ricco di microelementi, in particolare magnesio.Denominato sabbie astiane, è fondamentalmente limoso ed ha origine da sedimentazione marina .
1 anno,metà in botte grande, metà in barrique di Allier quindi affina in bottiglia per almeno 15 mesi.
Fermentazione di 12 giorni in tini di rovere da 55 hl a contatto con le bucce, con il sistema di bagnatura del cappello a doccia e temperatura 30°-27° C.
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In the three Piedmont areas where our establishments exist - Langhe, Monferrato and Gavi - we have at our disposal 110 hectares of vineyards: 60 hectares owned by our family and also the 50 hectares under longterm leasing contracts.
A technical staff, headed by Stefano Chiarlo, handles the running of the vineyards and is entrusted with the task of scrupulously overseeing their cultivation,with the aim of achieving high quality wines while respecting the most exacting ecological criteria. In particular, the following procedures are adhered to: a balanced and rigorous pruning depending on the oenological goals: fungicidal treatments using products with low environmental impact, following the technique of guided pest control meticulous manual exfoliation; turfing between the rows; no use of anti-mould products.
In the 1980s we realised that an extraordinary increase in quality could be achieved by ensuring a reduced yield per rootstock - very low yield for top wines and a particularly moderate one for classic wines - by means of a rigorous thinning-out of the grape bunches;we were among the first producers in Piedmont to adopt said method. Lastly, carrying out the harvest on the basis of the phenolic ripeness of the grapes has enabled us to produce wines of greater intensity and with more harmonious flavours.
A vineyard located in great terroirs together with a careful and zealous management of same are the real "secrets" behind production of the highest quality. Our main aims have always been to having vineyards that are situated only on prestigious hillsides and on focusing most of our efforts on meticulously cultivating them, trying to improve their management year by year.