Region: Piedmont, Italy
Negro Barbaresco Basarin 2016
The Lampìa and Michet nebbiolo varieties are planted in Neive, cru Basarin at an altitude of 350 m above sea level.
The exposure is south and the soil is white, marly – carcareous with streaks of sand. The age of the vineyard is
60 years and the average production is 5,5 t/ha – 38 hl/ha.
Maceration: traditional, floating cap for minimum 20 days. Maturation: 12 months in Slavonia casks and French oak
tonneaux. Aging in the bottle: 12 months.
The fragrance of roses, followed by a mouthful of raspberries with a hint of vanilla: this is supremely elegant
Basarin, pure pleasure.
Food matching: Truffle risotto, wild boar, partridge, pheasant, wild duck and pigeon.