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Barbera d'Alba Peiragal 2018 - Marchesi di Barolo

€21.50
VAT included

Peiragal is an ancient dialect term that identifies hills with a good slope made up of large formations of very compact limestone clayey soil, with large stones.

These conditions limit the absorption of rains and favor a very deep rooting of the vines, in search of the humidity that rises, by capillarity, from the deep layers.

The result is the production of sparse bunches and, therefore, of a very structured wine, with moderate acidity, well-balanced alcohol content and sweet tannins, never too much in evidence.

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The minimum purchase order quantity for the product is 2.

NGREDIENTS
Contains sulphites .
PAIRING
Barbera Peiragal is complete on every occasion. It goes very well with typical Langhe appetizers, veal in tuna sauce and vegetable flan, with first courses with rich condiments and second courses of meat, boiled or roasted, but it also exalts the traditional soups. It is the ideal companion to moderately seasoned tomes and hard cheeses.
TASTE
Immediately pleasant, balanced and harmonious, the taste is elegant, with enveloping and soft tannins. Pleasant are the spice and the woody note that blend perfectly.
COLOR
Ruby.
STORAGE
Store in a cool, dry and protected from light.
PACKAGING
Glass bottle
NAME
DOCG
SERVICE TEMPERATURE
18 ° C
VARIETY
Barbera
ALCOHOL CONTENT
14.5% Vol
BOTTLE
75 cl
Daniele Proietti Tann

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Barbera d'Alba Peiragal 2018 - Marchesi di Barolo

Peiragal is an ancient dialect term that identifies hills with a good slope made up of large formations of very compact limestone clayey soil, with large stones.

These conditions limit the absorption of rains and favor a very deep rooting of the vines, in search of the humidity that rises, by capillarity, from the deep layers.

The result is the production of sparse bunches and, therefore, of a very structured wine, with moderate acidity, well-balanced alcohol content and sweet tannins, never too much in evidence.

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