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In this section, we show the manufacturers not only linked to our land who have decided to establish a direct relationship with byvino for the marketing of their products. In this way, on one hand, we want to help, promote and raise awareness the manufactures of our land, even small and smallest, who do not have much visibility, and, at the same...
In this section, we show the manufacturers not only linked to our land who have decided to establish a direct relationship with byvino for the marketing of their products. In this way, on one hand, we want to help, promote and raise awareness the manufactures of our land, even small and smallest, who do not have much visibility, and, at the same time, offer quality products at very attractive prices
The roots of the Azienda Agricola Barale Fratelli reach back to distant 1870, soon after Barolo wine made its appearance in the Langhe thanks to the work of the Falletti Marquis and of Camillo Benso, Count of Cavour. It was Cavour who invited French enologist Louis Oudart to the Langhe in order to develop an innovative style of winemaking suited to the Nebbiolo grape, which gave birth to modern Barolo production.
Francesco Barale was among the pioneers of this fortunate wine. The first traces of the Barale family in Barolo date to a 1600 parochial register. They owned vineyards in the Castellero, Cannubi, Preda and Costa di Rose zones. Today Sergio Barale, with his daughters Eleonora and Gloria, continue the family’s centuries-old experience of wine production. The cellar has embraced new technologies, always with the aim to increase the quality of Barolo and other typical wines from these hills.
Nonetheless, today as in the past, the character of wines is forged in the vineyard through assiduous manual labor. The processes of vinification and ageing merely maintain the equilibrium of the fruit’s components, with the aim of producing harmonious wines, readily recognizable in their organoleptic qualities as true to the grape varietal and the zone of origin.
It is a selection of Barbera grapes exclusively from the vineyard in Verduno, near Neirane. The wine is aged for 12 months in French oak barriques and then fined for one more year in the bottle. It is characterized by great structure and complexity, with notes of vanilla and chocolate which evolve in time towards spiciness. It is produced only during...
To the eye, Barbera is deep ruby-red in colour. The bouquet is young and complex, with a pleasant combination of oak spices and wild berries. To the palate, the wine offers a great, well-balanced, fascinating body with a long, luxurious taste
A Barbera coming from the hills around Serralunga d'Alba that has the character and structure of its native terroir.Powerful and fresh, the nose reminds one of black cherries and nutmeg. The full and harmonious flavour softens the acidity that is charateristic of the grape
Intense ruby red in colour with purple-and violet-bluish hues. Currant and sour black cherry scented with hints of ripe plum and prune on a spicy background. A mouthfilling body and a good structure blended in a persistent and elegant wood.