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Olivero Barbera d'Alba 2006

Winemaker's Notes:

Vinification It takes place within stainless steel vats at a temperature ranging between 28°C and 30°C. Selected yeast is added in order to begin alcoholic fermentation. The maceration phase lasts for around 8-10 days. During this period, pressing of the marc layer is performed manually. This is followed by the malolactic fermentation which lasts approximately two weeks at a steady temperature of 20°C and takes place due to the lactic bacteria present in grapes. Ageing It takes place during the first 6 months in stainless steel tanks, and then for 6-8 months in oak barrels. After bottling, refinement of wine lasts for about 6 months inside our cellar

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  • 2006

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Winery: Olivero
Color: Red
Varietal: Barbera
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Snooth User: luca chevalier
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3.00 5
06/04/2011

Three glasses


External Reviews for Olivero Barbera d'Alba

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Source: Sam's Wine
09/15/2009

A modern-styled Barbera with big, ripe red cherry, plum and currant fruit. Well-integrated oak gives the wine a subtle vanilla spice. Fat and long on the finish. Barbera for hedonists.



Tasting Notes:

Organoleptic Characteristics Barbera is a deep ruby-red coloured wine. It is characterized on the nose by intriguing scents of red fruits and spices. A wide, smooth and full-bodied wine in the mouth, with a delicious ending due to the refreshing acidity.

Vinification It takes place within stainless steel vats at a temperature ranging between 28°C and 30°C. Selected yeast is added in order to begin alcoholic fermentation. The maceration phase lasts for around 8-10 days. During this period, pressing of the marc layer is performed manually. This is followed by the malolactic fermentation which lasts approximately two weeks at a steady temperature of 20°C and takes place due to the lactic bacteria present in grapes. Ageing It takes place during the first 6 months in stainless steel tanks, and then for 6-8 months in oak barrels. After bottling, refinement of wine lasts for about 6 months inside our cellar

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Closure: Cork

Aged 6 months in French Oak.


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