Barbera, a typical Piedmontese grape variety, reaches good levels of maturity, concentration and freshness in the Sant’Anna sub-zone in the municipality of Monforte d’Alba thanks to the meticulous work carried out in the vineyard.


Appellation: Barbera d’Alba Doc
Municipality: Monforte d’Alba
Grape: 100% Barbera
Surface area: 1 ha in the Sant’Anna area
Vineyards: Mainly westerly exposure, at an average altitude of 450 metres above sea level, area characterised by clay and limestone, and in the Sant’Anna vineyard. Lequio Formation soils originating in the Serravallian/Late Tortonian period.
Year planted: 1998
Vine training system: Guyot
Vine density: 5000 plants/ha
Yield: approx. 7.0 tonnes/ha

Vinification: The grapes are harvested exclusively by hand, with meticulous sorting of the bunches. The wine spends about eight months in steel tanks before bottling.

Etichettatura ambientale