The wine Barbera d’Alba
Valletta takes its name from the place where his vineyard is situated, which is the oldest of the company, with an age exceeding the 60 years.
The grape and harvested in mid-October. After which is fermented for about ten days in order to reach a large structure and a complete extraction. You continue with The use of French Barrique 50% from New Woods, where the wine remains for a period of time of 20 months and suffers a transfer twice a year.
The wine obtained after a natural sediment is bottled the following year, the Barbera d’Alba
Valletta presents a red grenade intense Gives the nose a complex of perfumes of blackberry, plum and jam; The palate offers a feeling full and enveloping.
This wine is bride well with tasty meat dishes like roasts and game.