1997 saw a major change in the fortunes of this historic Piedmont estate. Production was reclaimed by the owners from the hands of the local co-operative, and the quality of wines has soared.
This delectable Barbera d'Asti is all the evidence you need. It's deep, dark and juicy, melding rich dark cherries and plums with peppery spice and judicious oaky notes. The vibrant acidity provides finesse; the finish is a joy to behold.