Trinchero Barbera d'Asti Superiore 2004

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This old winery in Agliano Terme is situated in Vianoce, an ancient-hamlet including a peasant house and a church. It...

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Really nice Barbera D'Asti. Smokey with a long finish. Read more

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Really nice Barbera D'Asti. Smokey with a long finish.


Winemaker's Notes:

This old winery in Agliano Terme is situated in Vianoce, an ancient-hamlet including a peasant house and a church. It was built during the first half of the 19th century by the Visconti Barons of Ornavasso, then, at the beginning of the 1920s it was bought by the brothers Secondo and Serafino Trinchero. Today it belongs to Renato and Ezio. Most of the vines are over fifty years (some were planted in the 1920s) with resultant smaller yields giving structure and quality to the wines. Historical note: in 1952 the first bottles of Barbera d'Asti were produced and Trinchero was given position number one in the wine-producer registry of Asti. The vineyards are organically farmed. The baby Barbera is from 20 year-old vines with the grapes fermented in cement vats and matured in old wooden barrels for another twelve months before bottling. This is a fresh and fruity Barbera, sour, savoury and tasty.

This old winery in Agliano Terme is situated in Vianoce, an ancient-hamlet including a peasant house and a church. It was built during the first half of the 19th century by the Visconti Barons of Ornavasso, then, at the beginning of the 1920s it was bought by the brothers Secondo and Serafino Trinchero. Today it belongs to Renato and Ezio. Most of the vines are over fifty years (some were planted in the 1920s) with resultant smaller yields giving structure and quality to the wines. Historical note: in 1952 the first bottles of Barbera d'Asti were produced and Trinchero was given position number one in the wine-producer registry of Asti. The vineyards are organically farmed. The baby Barbera is from 20 year-old vines with the grapes fermented in cement vats and matured in old wooden barrels for another twelve months before bottling. This is a fresh and fruity Barbera, sour, savoury and tasty.

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