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Coral wine Barbera d'Alba DOC

Coral wine Barbera d'Alba DOC
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Vintage 2016 has been one of the best vintages for Barbera wines. This example of Gemma's Barbera aged 12 months in the Adriatic sea before being released to the market. If you love Barbera, try this one to see how it got rounder and smoother in the sea. 

About the winemaker:

Gemma Cantine was founded in 1978 by Silvano Piacentini, in the heart of Barolo region, in Serralunga D’Alba.

In 2012 Gemma renewed its structure, with modern construction techniques, as photovoltaic plant and geothermal system, in order to preserve the environment.

Thanks to these innovations, Gemma obtained the Certification Iso/14067 for zero CO2 emissions into the environment during the entire process, from the vineyard to the bottle.

Gemma company owns 26 hectares of vineyards in the Langhe region, in particular:

Serralunga D’Alba (Barolo, Barolo Colarej), Monforte D’Alba (Barolo, Barolo Riserva Giblin, Barbera D’Alba Angelini), La Morra (Barolo, Barbera D’Alba Superiore Gelso), Roddino (Dolcetto d’Alba Madonna della Neve, Langhe Nebbiolo Ruja).

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Coral wine Barbera d'Alba DOC
Coral wineBarbera d'Alba DOC

Variety: Barbera Type: Dry red wine Winemaker: Gemma Location: Serralunga d'Alba, Italy / Pag, Croatia Vintage: 2016 Abv: 14.5%

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