Barolo Tre Vigne Ascheri 2019 View larger

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From the Ascheri vineyards in the village of La Morra, Sorano in Serralunga d'Alba and Pisapola in Verduno, Tre Vigne is the representative wine of the estate, but also a beautiful expression of the Barolo appellation, since the vines come from very distinct terroirs. Thanks to the high quality of the work done in the vineyards and in the cellar, this wine has everything: deliciousness, elegance and length on the palate that gives it its fullness. A wine that is pleasant to drink when young and whose structure in the mouth allows it to age well.

Additional tasting notes

Color : Intense garnet red.

Nose : Complex nose with spicy notes, dried flowers and fresh red fruit.

Mouth : Ample in the mouth, the tannins are fine and elegant. A well-balanced, complex wine with a long persistence.

Alcohol level : 14%

Winemaking : Each parcel vinified and aged separately. Aged for 22 months in 500-litre barrels and wooden vats of 10 to 50 litres.

Food pairing : Roast lamb and Alba white truffle, Agnolotti del Plin, Beef with Barolo.

Aging potential : 10 to 15 Years

  • Country : Italy
  • Region : Piedmont
  • Producer : Ascheri
  • Appellation : Barolo DOCG
  • Classification alfavin : Full red
    This wine has great structure, round tannins and a lingering flavour. Moreover, it is warm, full and rich.
  • Grape : Nebbiolo
  • Content : 75 cl
  • Type : Red

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Bordered by the Alps in the north and the Apennines in the south, Piedmont is named after the mountainous massifs that surround the region. Piedmont literally means "at the foot of the mountains". Despite the fact that it ranks only as ...

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Ascheri is one of those estates historically linked to Barolo wines. It all began in the 19th century in the area of La Morra, a village located in the north-western part of the vineyard, where a plot of land named Ascheri still exists ...

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