Barbera d'Asti 'Stravisan' 2017, Paolo Stella


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Barbera d' Asti


Asti, Piedmont

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Winemaker Notes

The Barbera grapes all come from the same plot: the Stravisan Vineyard of 1.5 hectares
with south / west exposure. The soil is medium-textured tending to clay. The harvest is carried out manually and the grapes are placed in perforated boxes.Soft pressing and following maceration for about 7 days. Aging in steel tanks for 8-9 months and in bottle for 6 months. An average of 12,000 bottles are produced per year.

The Story

Since its origins dating back to 1922, the activity of the farmhouse has had a traditional agricultural setting, with particular attention paid to the winemaking. Today the company extends for about 12 hectares cultivated with Barbera, Dolcetto, Grignolino, as regards the black grapes and Cortese, Chardonnay and Moscato as regards the white varieties.

Currently the Stella Farm is a purely family-run winery. The vision of the company is aimed at the production of genuine wines with the basic idea of ​​a production capable of enhancing the indigenous Piedmontese vines. As a demonstration of this it can be noted that all the wines produced are single-variety or if blends are produced from native grapes of the Piedmont area.

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