Wine "La Casa in Collina", Barbaresco DOCG, 2010
Wine rich garnet color.
Fine wine in its class with velvety tannins, excellent structure and a long finish, which reveals lekgo mineral notes.
The aroma of wine delicately woven tones of ripe red cherry, vanilla and tobacco.
This complex wine can help you fully enjoy venison, lamb and other meats.
La Casa in Collina ("House on the Hill") - is the perfect classic Italian dry wine made from berries picked Nebiollo. The name of this wine - nothing else, as the title of one of the works of the Italian writer Cesare Pavese, known in the twentieth century, who devoted their creations severe postwar life of Piedmont.
Crop for the production of "La Casa in Collina" is going in the vineyards with low yields in Barbaresco and Treiso. Vinification carried out at a temperature of 28-30 ° C and it lasts about 20 days. Malolactic fermentation takes place in large oak barrels in which the wine is then left for another 12 months. Thereafter, "La Casa in Collina" is bottled and allowed to stand for about a year (sometimes even more than a year) in order to reveal rich aroma and flavor of the beverage palette. Wine is recommended to use for 10 years.
Agriculture Terre Da Vino - one of the most unusual associations in the Italian Piedmont, because it is a cooperative of 14 large and small wine producers. Founded in 1980, today Terre Da Vino takes about 3900 hectares of land on which to grow grapes DOC wines and DOCG. The significance of the economy allows to involve major specialist agronomists and enologists. So, vineyards Terre Da Vino specialists supervise agricultural branch of the University of Turin and the Piedmont Association of winemakers.