“The classicism of the Barbaresco” 

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“The classicism of the Barbaresco” 


The Barbaresco wine is produced from Nebbiolo grapes harvested in the Crü Rizzi. The Rizzi Cru is extensive, so it is not surprise that within it, there are substantial variations for characteristic of the soil, exposure and altitude. It’s for this that our Barbaresco is so particular, and the Rizzi hill is incontestably one of the most famous in the Langhe area.

Location: Treiso
Crü: Rizzi
Altitude: 220 -310 m. s.l.m.
Exposure: South, South-West
Soil: white marl clayey- calcareous, alternated by sand
Year of planting: 1967-2004
Training system: Guyot
Density: 3800-4400 vine/Ha
Max Production: 8000 kg/Ha
Grape Variety: Nebbiolo

Harvest: The grapes are handpicked usually the first decade of October (with small variations depending on the weather). 
Fermentation and Maceration: in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperatures, not exceed values of 30°C, for a period of 25-35 days.
Malolactic Fermentation: Following the alcoholic fermentation, the wine is racked and undergoes a malolactic fermentation, which normally lasts a month.
Aging: For the Barbaresco aging is provided for about 12-15 months in oak barrels (50Hl), then into concrete tanks for 8 months and then in bottle before the selling, 3 years later the harvest.

BARBARESCO garnet in color with orange reflections typical of Nebbiolo. The nose has a fragrant and crisp aroma, with hints of red fruits and flavors of berries, and herbs, with floral and spicy notes. On the palate shows a great texture and tannic structure, with a nice sweetness, delicacy, elegance, great balance and fine tannins and a long finish, fruity and nervous.

First year of production: 1974 as Barbaresco Rizzi.
Serving suggestions: pasta with game sauces, roast and braised meats, stewed game, wild boar stew, roasts and mature cheeses such as pecorino and Parmigiano Reggiano
Serving Temperature: 18°C.


Azienda Vitivinicola Rizzi - Via Rizzi 12 - 12050 - Treiso (cuneo) 

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