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Barbera frizzante doc

A successful


of the past…

“It is defined as the vinedressers’ wine. A lovely and successful interpretation of the past. Barbera frizzante is pleasantly tasty and easy-to drink.”

Technical sheet

Colli Bolognesi Barbera frizzante DOC

Soil: clayey in the higher part of the vineyard and medium textured in the lower part
Production area: vineyards owned by the wine farm located in the municipality of Zola Predosa Ponte Ronca Colli Bolognesi
Grape harvesting method: hand-harvesting in 25 kg crates (first harvest), by machine (second harvest)
Harvesting time: second half of September
Winemaking: short Charmat method (2/3 months) at controlled temperature 15/18 C°, maceration and fermentation at controlled temperature of 24°C for 7 days Malolactic fermentation and prise de mousse
Grape variety: Barbera
Vine training system: Counter-espalier with 4500 plants/ha East/West exposure
GRAPES Production per hectare: 7 ton
Bottle: Bordeaux
Size: 75 cl bottle
Closure system: nitrogen injection by isobaric system and use of agglomerated natural cork
Alcohol: 12.5% Vol
Serving temperature: 8°C in summer/16°C in winter
Bar pressure: 1.9
Dry extract: 35.2 gr/l
Total sulphur dioxide: 74 mg/l
Total sugars: 4.8 gr/l
Bottles produced: 1800 of this 2013 batch