Barbera d’Alba

The Barbera d’Alba is a prime example of the Barbera grape variety, a pride of Piedmont. The vineyards, with an average age of 30 years and soil composed of clay, silt, and sand, produce an average of 60 quintals per hectare, giving life to a wine of remarkable expression.

Winemaking is carried out in red, with submerged cap maceration and daily pump-overs, followed by fermentation at controlled temperatures and an extended maceration of 15-20 days. The malolactic fermentation, subsequent to the alcoholic fermentation, imparts the wine with its distinctive softness and roundness.

Aging in small oak barrels for 12 months, followed by another 12 months in the bottle, enhances the balance and complexity of aromas and flavors.

The Barbera d’Alba presents itself with a bright ruby red color and intense garnet, punctuated by violet reflections. On the nose, it releases clear and broad notes of rose, blackcurrant, light spices, and chocolate. The taste is full and harmonious, with a distinctive sapidity and a pleasant, persistent finish.

Ideal for enjoying throughout the meal, Barbera d’Alba pairs perfectly with light and not too savory dishes, highlighting its structure and bouquet with elegance and balance. This wine is a true celebration of the winemaking heritage of the Langhe.

Technical data sheet

Barbera d’Alba

Denominazione di Origine Controllata


Grape Variety: 100% Barbera

Soil Composition: 38% clay, 47% silt, 15% sand

Average Age of Vineyards: 30 years

Average Production: 60 quintals per hectare


Winemaking: red with submerged cap fermentation with daily pump-overs and fermentation at controlled temperatures, maceration for 15-20 days

Malolactic Fermentation: consecutive to alcoholic fermentation

Aging: in small oak barrels for 12 months and in the bottle for another 12 months


Color: bright, ruby red, intense garnet with slightly violet reflections

Aroma: clear and broad with notes of rose, blackcurrant, light spices, and chocolate

Taste: full, harmonious, savory with a pleasant and persistent finish

Pairing: considered an all-meal wine, it shines best with light and not too savory dishes

Discover all our wines