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Barbera del Monferrato Superiore - DOCG (GPDO)

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  • Pair wine Barbera del Monferrato Superiore with:
    all meals and especially with meat stews, roasted red meat, soups, spicy cheese, omelette

Production area of Barbera del Monferrato Superiore DOCG:
all of the Monferrato hills reaching into the province of Alessandria and toward Gavi
Vine selection :
Barbera del Monferrato (85-100%), Freisa and/or Grignolino and/or Dolcetto (0-15%)
Colour:
ruby red turning to maroon with age
Aroma:
intense and characteristic, turning to ethereal with age
Taste:
dry and full-bodied, sometimes vaguely semi-sweet, acidic and medium bodied
Minimum alcohol content:
11.5%
Aging:
at least 14 months of which, at least six months in wood. Usually up to two years, it may be aged up to four years with good vintages
Types:
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Riserva:
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Serving temperature of wine Barbera del Monferrato Superiore:
Serve the wine at: 60░ - 64░ Farheneit (16░ - 18░ Celsius) opening the bottle at least two hours before serving