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Manora

Barbera d’Asti Superiore D.O.C.G.

VINEYARD: “Manora” – southern-southwesterly exposure

GRAPES USED:  from  old Barbera vine clones

PRODUCTION METHOD: Hand-harvest after a careful selection and thinning out of the grape bunches. Destemming and pressing, with alcoholic fermentation followed by 13 to 15 days maceration on the skins. The drawing off and the racking off the lees are followed by malolactic fermentation; after static clarification, the wine is pumped into barriques for a refining period of 9-12 months and  a further refinement in bottle of 12-18 months.

COLOUR: Intense, shiny ruby red.

BOUQUET: Exceptional elegance and personality, hints of violet, small fruit, and spices.

FLAVOUR: Rounded, full of character and class. The contact between wine and wood is aimed to help to tame the Barbera’s asperity, making it warmer and more harmonious.

Manora

Barbera d’Asti Superiore D.O.C.G.

VINEYARD: “Manora” – southern-southwesterly exposure

GRAPES USED:  from  old Barbera vine clones

PRODUCTION METHOD: Hand-harvest after a careful selection and thinning out of the grape bunches. Destemming and pressing, with alcoholic fermentation followed by 13 to 15 days maceration on the skins. The drawing off and the racking off the lees are followed by malolactic fermentation; after static clarification, the wine is pumped into barriques for a refining period of 9-12 months and  a further refinement in bottle of 12-18 months.

COLOUR: Intense, shiny ruby red.

BOUQUET: Exceptional elegance and personality, hints of violet, small fruit, and spices.

FLAVOUR: Rounded, full of character and class. The contact between wine and wood is aimed to help to tame the Barbera’s asperity, making it warmer and more harmonious.