The Barolo Ascheri winery was founded at the beginning of the XIX century, initially it produced only bulk wines and it has become famous for the “Ascheri method”: a particular technique use for the palisade in the vineyards. This company has always worked to innovate the wine production from the cultivation to the selling; with the passing of the years the Barolo Ascheri has grown and enlarged, but is conserves a family atmosphere. Currently it is directed by Matteo Ascheri, president of the “Consorzio di tutela del Barolo Barbaresco Alba Langhe e Dogliani”.
It is produced following the most traditional rules and using three different kind of grapes coming from the neighbouring areas of Barolo.
24 months in wooden barrels, then 12 months into bottles.
Grenade red colour; candied and matured fruit scent with tobacco notes; the taste is harmonic with a good structure and shades of tannin.
Meat and seasoned cheeses.
14-16 °C (57-61 °F)
The Barolo is a red wine, recognised with the Appellation Denomination Origin (AOC or DOC in Italian) produced in some municipalities of Piedmont. The original area of the grape types suitable for the Barolo DOC, recognised on 31st August 1933, includes the territories of the following municipalities: Barolo, Castiglione Falletto, Serralunga D’Alba and part of La Morra, Monforte D’Alba, Roddi, Verduno, Cherasco, Diano d’Alba, Novello and Grinzane Cavour, all located in the Cuneo province.