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Barbera Ascheri: A fruity Italian red wine.

Barbera Ascheri is an Italian red wine from the Piedmont region, specifically the provinces of Asti and Alba. The grape variety used to produce this wine is Barbera. Planted in predominantly clay soils, this variety produces fruity wines with a good freshness.

The aromas and flavours of Barbera Ascheri.

Barbera from the Ascheri estate is characterised by its red colour with purplish highlights. On the nose, this wine offers intense aromas of fresh fruit such as raspberries and blackcurrants. On the palate, it is very fresh, with well-balanced acidity and supple tannins. The finish is persistent, leaving a pleasant sensation of fresh, crisp fruit.

For lovers of fresh, gourmet Italian wines.

This is a wine that will appeal to lovers of Italian red wines who are looking for fruitiness and indulgence. Its exhilarating fruit and delicate structure make it an accessible and pleasant wine to enjoy. It is particularly suited to those who enjoy fruity, slightly spicy wines, as well as those who want to discover the typical flavours of wines from the Piedmont wine-growing region.

Additional tasting notes

Color : Ruby red with purple hues.

Nose : Notes of blackcurrant and plum, spicy hints.

Mouth : A supple wine in the mouth, with crisp fruit. Fresh and persistent finish.

Alcohol level : 14,5%

Winemaking : Fermented and aged in stainless steel tanks.

Food pairing : Charcuterie, Chicken Marengo.

Aging potential : 5 to 7 Years

  • Country : Italy
  • Region : Piedmont
  • Producer : Ascheri
  • Appellation : Langhe Barbera DOC
  • Classification alfavin : Medium red
    Spicy, medium body and pleasant. This wine has enough structure to accompany a meal. A wine for every day.
  • Grape : Barbera
  • Content : 75 cl
  • Type : Red
  • Wine Name : Ascheri Barbera 2022

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