Dezzani 'Starde' Barbaresco 2018

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Dezzani is a company born from the passion of a family for wine and it became a productive entity surpassing local boundaries. It was 1934 when Luigi Dezzani senior founded his historic winery, essentially focused on production and distribution of local grapes. The success that Dezzani winery experienced during 70’s and 80’s it’s due to the enthusiasm that the founder passed to his son Romolo. The heir upgraded the firm and worked in order to let Dezzani be one of those reference points of Piedmontese genuineness, and thus to be well-known all around Italy. The third generation represented by the winemaker Luigi Jr. continues the philosophy of his father Romolo spreading the brand Dezzani on international markets. It has been a choice of quality aimed to the production of prestigious wines, later on recognized by customers from all over the world. Today, the historical entity is leaded by the Rocca family (five generations in the wine business) and Villa Rivalta (thousands of hectares and hundreds of families collected in cooperative) that are developing together important, tangible synergies trough a sensible supply chain management, modern technologies and long-lasting dedication.

Country: Italy
Region: Piemonte Appellation: Barbaresco DOCG. Production area: Langhe
Grape Variety: Nebbiolo 100% Alcohol: 14.5%
This great Barbaresco is made from Nebbiolo grapes from the most prestigious area of Langhe, selected from the villages of Treiso, Barbaresco and Neive. After the manual harvest, vinification takes place at a controlled temperature with about fifteen days of maceration on the skins, and the subsequent malolactic fermentation. The wine is then refined in the traditional oak barrels for twenty-four months. The Stardè label has received important awards from the most recognized international competitions, and today is representative of the tradition of “making good wine” by Dezzani.

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