Ca' Bianca - Dolcetto D'Acqui 2017 Ml. 750
Nella zona dell’Acquese in provincia di Alessandria a ridosso dell’appennino ligure nasce un caratteristico vino rosso: il Dolcetto d’Acqui. Il vitigno omonimo, da alcuni manoscritti del 700’, risulta essere originario proprio di queste zone.
In Piedmont in north-west Italy, nestling among the gentle slopes of upper Monferrato in the province of Alessandria, lies the Cà Bianca estate in Alice bel Colle near the town of Acqui Terme.
Piedmont, meaning at the foot of the mountains, is one of the most prestigious and best-known wine-making regions in Italy.
Situated at the base of the Alpine chain that contains the highest peaks in Europe, its splendid hilly territories offer the happy combination of terrains perfectly suited to the cultivation of vines with a climate that is ideal for their maturation.
Chief among these are Langa and Monferrato.
This harmonious match of terrain and climate creates one of the best wine-making areas in Italy and indeed the world.
It is home to 12 of Italy’s 48 DOCGs and wines that are universally known and appreciated: reds Barbera, Barolo and Barbaresco; the white, Gavi: and Moscatos and Asti Spumantes that can be served as dessert wines or aperitifs.
Ca’ Bianca was founded in the early 1950s.
It possesses 39 hectares of vineyards that fan out around the vinification and bottling cellar in one solid block.
Most of the plots are planted to barbera, a typical variety of the zone, that has been used here since the 2008 vintage for the Barbera d’Asti DOCG.
The Barbera is flanked by a range that also offers a selection of the best wines in the territory, including the Moscato d’Asti, Dolcetto d’Acqui, Gavi and Barolo.
In keeping with this cellar’s mission to be young and dynamic, the range also contains several new wines – Langhe Nebbiolo and Roero Arneis – in addition to its classic products.
Ca’ Bianca aims to be a modern estate without any historical restrictions, continuously developing and forward-looking.
Its prime objective is to offer high-quality wines that are recognised for their territorial typicity in constantly changing forms in line with emerging consumer trends.
|Ageing and Fining||the wine was matured for 6 months in medium toasted French barriques.|
|Color||Shining ruby red|
|Aroma||Notes of berries, cherries, blackcurrant and strawberries with floreal scents of roses and violets|
|Taste||Fresh, pleasant, medium body, soft tannins and reminds of berries|
|Serving temperature||16°-18° C.|
|Blend description||100% Dolcetto|
|Matching||Pasta with sauce, Boiled meat, Red meat stew, White meat, Semi-cured cheeses|
|Ideal with||Pasta Meat, Meat Red, Meat White, Semi-cured cheeses|