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Scarzello - 2008 Barbera d' Alba Superiore D.O.C.

Scarzello - 2008 Barbera d' Alba Superiore D.O.C.

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Producer : Scarzello

Wine : Barbera d' Alba Superiore

Grading : D.O.C.

Year : 2008

Region : Piemonte

Grape : 100% Barbera

Type of wine : Red

Maturation : 12 months in barriques

Bottle ageing : 12 months in the bottles

Alcoholic content : 14%

Ageing Potential : 15 years

Decant time reference : 30 mins

Tasting note :

The Barbera d'Alba DOC Superiore is thefirst wine that Federico has produced in the late 90's and more interprets hisstyle. According to him, after the Nebbiolo, Barbera is a native vine that bestexpresses the terroir of Langa. This wine is full bodied, with a well-balancedthanks to good acidity. Accompanies savory meat red and white.

Winemaker’s note :

Directed by the Scarzello family since after the Second World War, they began to produce 2,000 bottles of Barolo in the 1960s. The winery avoids using vinification and maturation techniques to define its wine making style. French oak casks and lengthy macerations on the skins have been the practice since 1997 .What is important about Scarzellos Barolo, is to let the tannins show through, as long as the wines elegance and freshness are not compromised.

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