The vineyard: is situated on a West facing hill. The soil is mostly caly with some limmestone and tuff, thus it’s considered “cold”. This permits slower and more homogeneous ripening.
The variety: autochthonous for Piedmont, one of the 10 most planted in all Italy. The preferred everyday red in North-Western Itlay because of its spectacular food pairing capabilities (due to its high acidity) and outstanding versatility.
The wine: fruity, expressive and an easy quaffer, as the Barbera should be.
The name: the wine is named after the ex-proprietor of the vineyard.