Ada Nada Barbaresco Chichin 2004

Region: Italy » Piemonte » Barbaresco

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  • 2004

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Winery: Ada Nada
Color: Red
Varietal: Nebbiolo
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Ada Nada:
It all began long ago in 1919, when granfather Carlo bought a farmhouse in the Rombone hamlet, then still under Barbaresco. His son Giovanni continued in his steps as a wine grower, who in turn gave the same passion to his son Giancarlo, an enologist, and wife Ada. At the moment the business is run by Annalisa, fourth generation, and her husband Elvio who bought part of the land that was le... Read more
It all began long ago in 1919, when granfather Carlo bought a farmhouse in the Rombone hamlet, then still under Barbaresco. His son Giovanni continued in his steps as a wine grower, who in turn gave the same passion to his son Giancarlo, an enologist, and wife Ada. At the moment the business is run by Annalisa, fourth generation, and her husband Elvio who bought part of the land that was left to Giovanni’s brothers. Now that it has been enlarged, the winery produced roughly 50.000 bottles a year. Elvio personally take care of the vineyards, almost as if they were gardens, Giancarlo continues to follow and better the wineproduction, while Annalisa runs the Agriturismo with great enthusiasm, spoiling her guests. The welcoming agriturismo arose in 1997 when the family farmhouse was restored and tastefully filled with the period original furniture and detail. Here, guests can relax admiring the luscious countryside, go for walks among the vineyards, or go trekking along the signed paths. One most also underline Ada’s help, who is Annalisa’s and her sister Sara’s mother. Both Annalisa and Sara have two little girls; Elisa and Serena, Ginevra and Isabella who are already excited to continue the Nada family tradition. A classical, delicate Dolcetto d’Alba, a full-bodied Barbera d’Alba, wich is partly refined in small oak barrels, a fruity merry Moscato d’Asti, and, the winery’s pride and joy, the ever important Barbaresco with it’s deep complex bouquet, are all produced from the 10 hectares of vineyards. Adding to these great classical wines is also the Langhe Rosso , known as “La Bisbetica” which is made up of Barbera and Nebbiolo greapes, refined in wooden barrel and which Giancarlo dedicated to his daughter Annalisa. Read less

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