True in its combination and poetic in its inspiration, Barbera is a Piedmontese par excellence.
Isn't the wine in which the “risotto born in the plain” drowns? And to accompany the boiled and fried mixture is not perhaps Barbera? “Generosa Barbera. Drinking it seems to us to be alone in the sea challenging a storm ”, wrote Giosuè Carducci. Today, tasting Grappa di Barbera, one seems to breathe the scents of a Monferrato wood, among wild dog rose flowers and the scent of ripe black cherries.
fresh sage leaves with Acacia honey (to bring in contact with the tongue).
aromatic, aged, soft