Wine Barbera d'Alba DOC Superiore "Croere", 2012
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Reviews of purchase Barbera d'Alba DOC Superiore "Croere", 2012
Wine of intense ruby red color.
The wine has a fresh, dry, rich flavor with a velvety texture, notes of vanilla and ripe fruit.
Impressively complex and balanced flavor of the wine reveals notes of violets, licorice and vanilla.
This amazing wine is best with game, roasted red meats and pasta with meat sauce.
Red wine "Croere" made from Barbera grapes grown in the vineyard with southern exposure with a total area of 6 hectares, which is located in the district of the city Kroere Castagnito. The vineyard has a low yield - 50 hl / ha. "Croere" vinified the traditional method: maceration for 15 days, fermentation at a controlled temperature of 28-30 ° C. After malolactic fermentation in small oak barrels, the wine is aged in them the same for 18 months. To generate the optimal balance between a solid structure and a rich bouquet "Kroere" further incubated another 6-8 months in bottles in the cellar of the winery.
Awards Wine "Kroere":
• Vintage 2001 - a gold medal, "Japan International Wine Challenge, 2005";
• Vintage 2001 - bronze medal, "International Wine Challenge, 2004";
• Vintage 2000 - a gold medal, "Japan International Wine Challenge, 2003";
• Vintage 2000 - a gold medal, "International Wine Challenge, 2003".
Agriculture Terre Da Vino - one of the most unusual associations in the Italian Piedmont, because it is a cooperative of 14 large and small wine producers. Founded in 1980, today Terre Da Vino takes about 3900 hectares of land on which to grow grapes DOC wines and DOCG. The significance of the economy allows to involve major specialist agronomists and enologists. So, vineyards Terre Da Vino specialists supervise agricultural branch of the University of Turin and the Piedmont Association of winemakers.