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L'Armangia Titon Barbera d'Asti Nizza 2014

External Review by Wine Gems @ Perriello's:

Piedmont, ItalyL'Armangia Titon Barbera d'Asti Nizza is a beautiful expression of the Barbera grape from the famous Nizza zone of Asti, which will soon have its own designation. Outside of the town of Canelli in Asti, Piemonte, lies the estate of Ignazio and Giuliana Giovine known as l'Armangia. This area has become famous for the quality of their Barbera d'Asti and Moscato d'Asti. The vineyards are located on the surrounding hills with SE and SW exposures. The soils are comprised of mostly limestone. Natural fertilizers with grass grown between the vineyard rows keep things as natural as possible. Though organic practicing they are not certified. L'Armangia wines are always estate grown using hand-harvested fruit.L'Armangia Titon Barbera d'Asti is ruby red with tinges of purple. It offers a delightful nose of stone fruit, strawberries, violets, vanilla and almonds. Medium in body with perfect acidity and soft tannins, it offers intense flavors of cherries, strawberries, almonds and spice. This food-friendly red was aged in oak casks and will drink well for 7-10 years. It is long, ripe and polished on the finish.Enjoy L'Armangia Titon Barbera d'Asti with grilled meats, charcuterie and cheese, soups and venison.

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Varietal: Barbera
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External Reviews for L'Armangia Titon Barbera d'Asti Nizza

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Source: Wine Gems @ Perriello's
10/25/2018

Piedmont, ItalyL'Armangia Titon Barbera d'Asti Nizza is a beautiful expression of the Barbera grape from the famous Nizza zone of Asti, which will soon have its own designation. Outside of the town of Canelli in Asti, Piemonte, lies the estate of Ignazio and Giuliana Giovine known as l'Armangia. This area has become famous for the quality of their Barbera d'Asti and Moscato d'Asti. The vineyards are located on the surrounding hills with SE and SW exposures. The soils are comprised of mostly limestone. Natural fertilizers with grass grown between the vineyard rows keep things as natural as possible. Though organic practicing they are not certified. L'Armangia wines are always estate grown using hand-harvested fruit.L'Armangia Titon Barbera d'Asti is ruby red with tinges of purple. It offers a delightful nose of stone fruit, strawberries, violets, vanilla and almonds. Medium in body with perfect acidity and soft tannins, it offers intense flavors of cherries, strawberries, almonds and spice. This food-friendly red was aged in oak casks and will drink well for 7-10 years. It is long, ripe and polished on the finish.Enjoy L'Armangia Titon Barbera d'Asti with grilled meats, charcuterie and cheese, soups and venison.


External Review
Source: Wine Gems @ Perriello's
10/24/2018

Piedmont, ItalyL'Armangia Titon Barbera d'Asti Nizza is a beautiful expression of the Barbera grape from the famous Nizza zone of Asti, which will soon have its own designationt. Outside of the town of Canelli in Asti, Piemonte, lies the estate of Ignazio and Giuliana Giovine known as l'Armangia. This area has become famous for the quality of their Barbera d'Asti and Moscato d'Asti. The vineyards are located on the surrounding hills with SE and SW exposures. The soils are comprised of mostly limestone. Natural fertilizers with grass grown between the vineyard rows keep things as natural as possible. Though organic practicing they are not certified. L'Armangia wines are always estate grown using hand-harvested fruit.L'Armangia Titon Barbera d'Asti is ruby red with tinges of purple. It offers a delightful nose of stone fruit, strawberries, violets, vanilla and almonds. Medium in body with perfect acidity and soft tannins, it offers intense flavors of cherries, strawberries, almonds and spice. This food-friendly red was aged in oak casks and will drink well for 7-10 years. It is long, ripe and polished on the finish.Enjoy L'Armangia Titon Barbera d'Asti with grilled meats, charcuterie and cheese, soups and venison.



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