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2016 Marcarini Barbera d'Alba Ciabot Camerano

75cl Volume

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Type Of Wine: red wine
Vintage: 2016 Other vintages
Appellation:Barbera d'Alba (Piedmont, Italy)
Winery: Marcarini
Volume: 75cl
Grapes: Barbera
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Alcohol Vol.: 13%
Marcarini produces this 2016 Marcarini Barbera d'Alba Ciabot Camerano ($270.89), a red wine from Barbera d'Alba that is based on 2016 barbera and has an alcoholic strength of 13%. Drinks&Co users evaluate this red wine with 4 out of 5 points.

Description of 2016 Marcarini Barbera d'Alba Ciabot Camerano

2016 Marcarini Barbera d'Alba Ciabot Camerano (Barbera)

Producer: Marcarini

Appellation: Barbera d'Alba

Grapes: Barbera

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Specifications for Barbera d'Alba DOC Ciabot Camerano Marcarini are:
Style: Still red wine
Classification: Barbera d'Alba DOC
Producer: Poderi Marcarini
Contents: 75.0 cl
Vine: 100% Barbera
Piemonte region
Vineyards: La Morra (380 m) and in Neviglie (300 masl)
Exposure: south, south-west to La Morra, southeast Neviglie
Soil characteristics: calcareous clay
Harvest: Manual in September
Vinification: traditional red with skin maceration and fermentation at controlled temperature in stainless steel vats
Aging: 8 months in oak barrels Danube
Alcohol content: 13.5%

The Barbera d'Alba DOC Ciabot Camerano Barbera is a red wine produced by Marcarini cellar of La Morra in the province of Cuneo. The farm Marcarini is now the sixth generation of winemakers, a family that has fused the rigorous Piedmont tradition with modern production techniques and is able to distribute their products on the international market. The farms of Marcarini cellar extend for 25 hectares between the Roero and Langhe where the typical varieties of the area are grown: the Barbera, white muscat, Arneis, Nebbiolo and Dolcetto. The Barbera used to realize the Barbera D'Alba DOC Ciabot Camerano 2016 grows on the most sunny slopes and is bred in the counter with guyot pruning, between 300 and 380 meters s.l.m. The soils of the farms that are located in the municipalities of La Morra and Neviglie are calcareous, clayey, with a good standard of magnesium and vines were implanted between 1992 and 2002. The grapes are harvested when the ripening is advanced and ferment according traditional ways, age eight months in oak barrels and then is bottled Danube where you will refine it further. This Barbera is a good longevity wine that can be kept on the shelf and also consumed in the following years to bottling.

The Barbera d'Alba DOC Ciabot Camerano has an intense garnet red color of great clarity, has warm ruby ​​tints. It 'a wine with a broad bouquet, complex and persistent. The warm flavor highlights the robustness, tannins enhance the balance between sweet and savory, very pleasant. It goes well with meat dishes of Italian cuisine and typical recipes of the territory, to stews and roasts, game and aged cheeses. It is advisable to serve wine in large glasses long stem at a temperature of 16-18 ºC.
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Marcarini Barbera d'Alba Ciabot Camerano 2016

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Its intense garnet color, clarity, and warm ruby-red reflections are indications of its extraordinary richness and powerful structure. The full bouquet is characteristic, complex and very persistent, the palate austere and warm, and its considerable full body accentuated; the wine's superb balance and harmony are further exalted by sweet tannins.
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Reviews of other vintages of 2016 Marcarini Barbera d'Alba Ciabot Camerano2015

4/5

It can be found in some gourmet shops.
Red almost purple colour. This wine from Marcarini smells like red fruit compote. Astringent.
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