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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