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the heart of Piemont lies this well appointed 6-acre winery, surrounded
by vineyards made up of some of the best growing areas in Piedmont. La
Mondianese is located in the province of Asti in the hilly area of
Montemagno, loosely translated as (“big hill”) and
Barbera is a very important grape in Piedmont, and we think that this fresh young Barbera is a good example of what this wine can be.
Tasting Notes: Untouched by any oak, this is a pure example of what the Barbera grape is all about. Meant to be drunk young, this clean, fresh and fruity wine has just a hint of acidity.
Classification: Barbera D’Asti DOCG
Area of Production: Monferrato Hills
Grape Variety: 100% Barbera
Soil: Medium texture
Average Age of Vines: 13 years
Trellising System: Guyot
Spacing of Plants: 2.50 x 0.80 meters
Production per Acre: 2.68 tons
Vinification Technique: Malolactic Fermentation in Stainless Steel
Maturation: Stainless Steel
Total Acidity: 6.17 g/l
Residual Sugar: 1.2 g/l
Total Cases Produced: 758