Wine Barbera d'Asti Tre Vigne DOC, 2007
Wine, ruby-red color.
The wine has a dry taste with refreshing acidity and soft tannins. Complex bouquet with notes of red cherries and a hint of oak barely noticeable.
The wine has aromas of ripe red cherries with hints of mineral and vanilla.
The wine goes well with antipasti, delicious salads, steamed vegetables, soups, meat broth, pasta and veal, pork and chicken, served with light sauces.
Barbera d'Asti fine wine Tre Vigne is obtained from a young vineyard "La Roll", its complement a small amount of grapes harvested from other vineyards area. The original label design made by Pietro Kaschella, it depicts a mysterious, fascinating and slightly menacing totem. Pietro, in the 1970s, recognized maestro, called on all "Forget about the water! Drink wine Vietti my friends. "
Thanks to the excellent quality of wines winery "Vietti" gained worldwide fame. The history of the company dates back to the 19th century, from the moment when Mario Vietti revolutionized the family farm at the winery and in 1919 made the first wine, which quickly gained popularity in Italy. In 1952, the family business continued Luciana Vietti and her husband Alfredo Kurrado who paid great attention to the continuous improvement of its wines, and first began to export to countries such as Germany, Switzerland and the USA. One of the main merits of Alfredo Curado is also the fact that he was one of the first to produce wines with a separate crew, although at that time the concept was radical. Alfredo is also called the "father of Arneis" because, since 1967, he devoted much time to the study of this almost forgotten varieties not yet created a magnificent wine of the same name, which today is best known among the white wines Roero region.
Vietti wine labels are decorated with unusual that in any way reflect the character of the wine. And since 1974, some wine Vietti decorated with design work. Each work has been used only once - for a particular vintage wine. Since 1988, the exclusive designer label dedicated only to wines from the vineyard Villero. Complete collection of labels was presented at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City!
Today vineyards farms occupy 35 hectares and are located in four prestigious areas of Italy: Castiglione Falletto, Monforte, Barolo and Novelo, and the company is still led by the family members Vietti who value reputation and carefully monitor every stage of the production of its excellent wines.