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The deep ruby red hue of this Barbera d’Alba is complemented by generous aromas of dark cherries, wild berries and hints of bitter chocolate. In the mouth crushed strawberries, sour cherries and mulberries come to the fore along with undertones of dried herbs, licorice and freshly-ground black pepper.
The smooth, well-rounded mouthfeel and easygoing tannins make this an ideal red wine to enjoy on its own, although it also makes a very versatile partner for food. Perfect gastronomic pairings include Italian classics like stone-baked pizza, lasagna, or even the Piedmont speciality of fresh egg pasta served with lavish shavings of truffle.
Mauro Molino and his two children, Matteo and Martina, all work together to farm the family estate of 12 hectares close to the village of La Morra in Piedmont which was founded in 1953 by Mauro’s father. For their approachable Barbera d’Alba the family harvests the grapes by hand and then they macerate the must in contact with the skins for 6 days. To create an authentic expression of the Barbera grape the must is then fermented in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks to preserve the grape’s natural freshness and attractive fruity flavours.