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Barolo DOCG Badarina 2017

Barolo DOCG Badarina 2017.
Bersano
Vintage: 2017
Location: Piedmont, Serralunga d'Alba, località Badarina(CN)
Available: 4
4
£ 42.00 £ 36.00 -14%
Format 0.75 l. (£ 48.00/lt.)
cod. S6810
A small Piedmontese masterpiece

What: Matured for a minimum of 60 months in oak
Why: For its complex notes
Perfect with: Savoury red meats, game, mature cheeses and truffles

Marketed by: Svinando Wine Club via G. Cane 47bis-50 12055 Diano d'Alba (CN) - Italy.
Barolo DOCG Badarina 2017
Bersano
Vintage: 2017
Location: Piedmont, Serralunga d'Alba, località Badarina(CN)
Available: 4
£ 42.00 £ 36.00 -14%
Format 0.75 l. (£ 48.00/lt.)
cod. S6810
A small Piedmontese masterpiece

What: Matured for a minimum of 60 months in oak
Why: For its complex notes
Perfect with: Savoury red meats, game, mature cheeses and truffles

Marketed by: Svinando Wine Club via G. Cane 47bis-50 12055 Diano d'Alba (CN) - Italy.
Technical Data Sheet
CHARACTERISTICS
  • TypeStill red DOCG wine
  • Location Piedmont
  • Grapes Nebbiolo 100%
  • Sensations Intense red colour with garnet reflections. The nose is broad, enveloping and complex with hints of blackberry and ripe red fruits accompanied by spicy and balsamic notes. In the mouth it is intense, harmonious, enveloping and persistent
  • Vinification Maceration of the skins in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks with repeated pumping over and oxygenation until complete transformation of the sugars into alcohol. This is followed by racking and resting on the fine lees to encourage malolactic fermentation to take place. Minimum ageing period of 48 months in oak barrels, tonneaux and bottle
  • Alcoholic strength 14% vol
  • Allergens Contains sulphites
TASTING RECOMMENDATIONS
  • Tips Store in a cool place, away from light, bottle lying down. Do not refrigerate. Open at least 15 minutes before serving
  • Serving temperature 18 grades
  • GlassGran Balon / Borgogna
  • When to drink it ageing
  • Pairing Meat menu
PRODUCTION NOTES
  • Italy

  • BERSANO VINI SRL, P.ZZA DANTE 21, 14049, NIZZA MONFERRATO (AT)

    Barolo DOCG Badarina 2017
  • A small Piedmontese masterpiece that defies time. We are talking about the Barolo DOCG Riserva Badarina proposed here by Bersano that was born on the hills of Serralunga d'Alba, where the vineyards are kissed by the sun. A unique terroir that, combined with a temperate climate with continental influences, gives the Nebbiolo grapes distinctive characteristics. The vineyards used for the production of this Barolo DOCG Riserva are located approximately 350 metres above sea level, where they enjoy optimal exposure that favours slow and complete ripening of the grapes. Traditional processing begins with a manual and selective harvest. The grapes are harvested in boxes, between the second and third decade of October. Once in the cellar, the grapes undergo maceration in steel at a controlled temperature. Crucial, then, is the delicate and slow ripening phase. Barolo DOCG Badarina Riserva, in fact, matures for a minimum of 60 months in oak barrels and then in the bottle. This long ageing allows the wine to mature and develop its complex notes of spices, vanilla, chocolate and liquorice. In the glass, one is captivated by its intense red colour with garnet reflections that herald a wine of great structure and complexity. On the nose, the bouquet is intense and complex. It opens on notes of cocoa, mint, black cherries and leather, and is enriched by hints of dried rose, white truffle and liquorice. In the mouth, it conquers with its richness, persistence and elegance. The well-integrated tannins give the wine great balance. The spicy, fruity and floral notes merge into a persistent and satisfying finish, which leaves a lasting impression. A perfect wine to accompany savoury red meat dishes, game, mature cheeses and truffles.

    More than a century has passed since the foundation of the Bersano winery. The precise date is 1907, as proudly recalled on the home page of the company website. We are in Nizza Monferrato, the heart of the Barbera d'Asti district. The real turning point, however, came only a few years later, in 1935, when Arturo Bersano, a rare man in terms of intelligence and culture, a lawyer by family pride and a vine grower by passion, took control of the Cantina, which until then had been a family-run business and only sold its wines regionally. His work was inspired by the motto 'if you want to drink well, buy a vineyard'. A philosophy that, like a true pioneer, he would follow for the rest of his life. So over time, Bersano and, after him, the Massimelli and Soave families, owners of the Casa Vinicola, consolidated an impressive farmstead. Here, without forgetting the strength of tradition, quality grapes are still produced from which typical wines of the region are made. Particular attention has always been paid to the wood for ageing, the company's true asset. Cantine Bersano, in fact, keep large oak casks and tonneaux where, thanks to the constant temperature and humidity, the wines mature slowly for years. Today, Bersano is considered one of the most important wineries in Piedmont.

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