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The Renato Ratti estate produces both a Barbera d’Asti and a Barbera d’Alba wine which showcase two very different sides to this charming grape variety. Their Barbera d’Alba offers a rich, generous style with plenty of ripe red fruit, while this Barbera d’Asti reveals the elegance and finesse which the Barbera grape can attain when handled with a light touch. The nose is refined with hints of red cherries, sweet spice, and dried herbs, while the first sip reveals a bright acidity, well-rounded texture, and intense wild berry flavours.
The Ratti family have been producing this particular wine since 1969, shortly after Renato Ratti returned from Brazil where he was producing wine for Cinzano to pursue his dreams of making his own wines. Renato began his project with a small vineyard close to the Abbey of L’Annunziata in the top Barolo cru of La Morra and quickly developed a reputation as a pioneer thanks to his work mapping the historical crus of Barolo and his production of one of the first single vineyard Barolos. in more recent years Renato’s work has been continued by his son, Pietro, who seeks to modernise and innovate while staying true to the region’s traditions.