Our first organic wine is a Barbera d'Asti D.O.C.G. from 2018 vintage. The cooperative is fully certified as producer and bottler of wines made from organic farming grapes and has finally managed to vinify separately the grapes from our winegrowers who already were certified. The Barbera grape is for sure the most representative of the cooperative, the soils of our hills are mainly clayey and calcareous, neutral or subalkaline meaning optimal to grow this grapes. Our winegrowers cultivate with dedication, care and sacrifice and in the most natural and sustainable way their own vineyards to bring to the cooperative high quality organic grapes.
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Rosso rubino vivo con riflessi violacei.
Al naso è molto fruttato con note di frutta sciroppata (pesca principalmente) con sensazioni che ricordano i petali di rosa sul finale.
In bocca è asciutto, caldo e di buona struttura, decisamente molto tipico.
Accompagna egregiamente primi piatti saporiti come risotti ed agnolotti, secondi piatti di carni rosse e selvaggina e formaggi più o meno stagionati.
0,75 L Standard
DOCG Barbera d'Asti
Diraspapigiatura, macerazione a temperatura controllata, svinatura e avvio fermentazione malolattica.
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Name: Vinchio-Vaglio Serra Start-up year: 1959 Cultivated hectares: 450 Winemaker name: Giuseppe Rattazzo Address: Regione San Pancrazio, 1 - Vinchio (AT) Web Site: https://vinchio.com/
The story of the Vinchio and Vaglio winery is a love story where the inhabitants of these two villages transformed a difficult and poor, inarable land with slopes so steep that some local sayings proved true: Sot dròca la colassion, it la treuvi pì! (if you drop your breakfast, you wont find it again!) or Sot dròca ël bertin, ot toca curije drera fin ant la val (if your hat blows off in the wind, youll need to run down to the end of the valley to get it). This area with its steep slopes and overhanging vineyards at the edge of the woods has been tended and tamed to dramatic effort, where every single drop of the Ruby of Vinchio (Barbera wine) equates to thousands of drops (and certainly not an exaggeration!) of farmers sweat. However, the vineyards have never failed to reward their hard work. These vine rows, in fact, repay the industrious farmers with grapes of rare and exceptional quality. The sun usually shines all day on these hills, there is seldom hoarfrost or fog and no shadow.
Great wines grow on these hills.