atrk

Barbera d'Asti "Barbera dell'Orso" 2015 by Gianluigi Orsini 6x75cl

In stock
Only 3 left
SKU
55
€60.00

Barbera d'Asti wine - Barbera dell'Orso 2015  

Barbera Wine Producer: Gianluigi Orsini  

Soil rich in calcareous marl, south/west exposure, average, ground inclination 13%, yield of 50/52 q. per hectare,
type of low Guyot pruning, a fruit head with 6 buds per plant.
The land is cultivated in the absence of herbicides, fertilizers and pesticides; the treatments are based on sulfur against oidium and Bordeaux mixture or copper sulphate (verdigris) against downy mildew.

  • CLIMATE: Mediterranean with continental influence especially in winter; from spring to autumn it is important the usual presence of the South direction wind called "Marin" which refreshes the sunniest days.

The average temperature in 2015 was 14.8 °, while the average temperature in the vegetative period March/September 2015 was 20.6 c.

  • HARVEST: On Monday 28 September 2015
  • VINIFICATION: After crushing, fermentation took place in steel tanks at a controlled temperature of 27/28 c; it lasted for 9 days, leaving the skins to macerate in the must, with frequent daily pumping over. Malolactic acid is induced by maintaining the temperature at 20 ° after the first fermentation.
  • ANALYTICAL DATA AT BOTTLING:

alcohol 13.5% vol

Acidity 5.60 g / l

volatile acidity 0.35 g / l ph 3.58

dry extract 29.50 g / l

In 2015 only 5,133 75cl bottles and 100 150 cl magnums were bottled.

More Information
Weight 7.8000
Origin of raw materials Self-produced and sourced from third parties
Length 32.0000
Width 18.0000
Height 28.0000
Region Piemont
Province Asti
City Agliano Terme
Altitude (meters above sea level) 250
Colour of Wine Red
Type of Wine Still
Wine Taste Dry
Vintage 2015
Harvest Time October
Plants/Ha 500
Yield quintals/hectare 52
Yield of grapes into wine%: 100
Ingredients ....
Write Your Own Review
Only registered users can write reviews. Please Sign in or create an account

No questions asked yet.

Ask Vendor A Question

* Required Fields