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“Sei Vigne Insynthesis” Barbera d’Asti Superiore

The Cantina Cooperativa has been founded in 1959 by 19 winegrowers from Vinchio and Vagoio Serra, currently it counts 185 shareholder members and 420 hectares of specialised cultivation vineyards. The commitment of this company is clearly visible not only in the vineyard, but also in the cellar, provided with vanguard technologies, modern vinification systems and a new bottling area. Moreover Vinchio&Vaglio Serra has a shop and a tasting room, where customers can sip the numerous wines produced along with special typical products.

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Grape type
Barbera d’Asti.

Maceration is carried out at room temperature in programmable 100 hectolitres winemaker and it lasts about 12 days.

It is carried out in durmast French barriques.

Main features 
Intense ruby red colour with purple shades; the scent is complex with toasted hazelnuts and red fruits hints; the taste is warm with sweet notes of fruit in syrup and vanilla; it has a great structure with a good persistence and sweet tannin presence.

Fresh pasta with meat or mushrooms sauce, red meat and game, blue, seasoned and spicy cheeses.

Service temperature
18°C (64°F)

About… Barbera.

Barbera is among the most representative vines of Piedmont and covers about 30% of the 43,000 hectares of vineyard area of ​​the region. Originally from Monferrato, the vine is cultivated mainly in the provinces of Asti and Alessandria, where it reaches its maximum expression in Barbera d’Asti, a wine that obtained the Doc in 1970 and the Docg in 2008. Barbera d’Asti is a wine linked to the ancient rural traditions that today represents a product in continuous evolution, which grows following the new knowledge in the viticultural and enological field.

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