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Barbera D'Alba DOC La Bettola 2012

Colore: Rosso,
Profumo: Fresco fruttato sentori di Ciliegia Frutti rossi
Gusto: fresco, di buona acidità.
Alcool: 14 % Vol.
Description

Denominazione: Denominazione di Origine Controllata

Forma di allevamento:Guyot

Vitigno:Barbera 100%

Epoca di raccolta: raccolta manuale con cernita a fine Settembre

Resa ad ettaro:10.000 Kg/Ha max. per legge.

Vinificazione:10 - 12 giorni a cappello galleggiante e 4 - 6 rimontaggi al giorno 

Affinamento:in acciaio, per le migliori annate è previsto un passaggio in botti da 30 - 33 Hl.

Caratteristiche Organolettiche:
Colore rosso rubino intenso, con riflessi granati.
Il profumo è vinoso, fruttato, con sentori di frutta matura caratteristico di questo vino.
Al gusto è fresco, di discreta acidità e buon corpo. 

Abbinamenti:salumi cotti, bollito misto, selvaggina e formaggi piccanti.

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