The nose has good finesse, vinous and intense with pleasant hints of cherry and berries.
Accentuated and vivid ruby red color with violet hues typical of a young, fragrant Barbera.
In the mouth it is full-bodied, fresh, pleasant and long in the finish.
“A young wine without barrel aging but of exceptional quality. Try it with a salami sandwich, a pizza, a nice plate of tajarin with meat sauce or a mixed boiled meat. It is my favorite wine for a good barbecue with friends.”
Barbera d’Asti is one of the first wines we have produced since we began our venture. The first wine catalogs dating back to the mid-1900s write about these bottles.
In this image the excerpt on Barbera d’Asti from the 1972 Bolaffi Catalogue of the Vini d’Italia No. 2 edited by Luigi Veronelli. A comparison of the 1969 label with the current one shows how the family has tried to pass on the tradition to this day.