Brachetto D’Acqui 2019

25,90CHF

 

arbio score 88/100
food pairing
  • Hard cheeseHard cheese
  • Red MeatDessert
  • VegetarianVegetarian
aromas
  • Black FruitsBlack Fruits
  • HerbalHerbal
  • SpicesSpices
grape

100% Braquetto

production Organic
alcohol level
5.5%
ageing potential
3 Years
style
Half Dry
intensity / body
Medium

Description

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Tasting Notes

 

Brachetto d’Acqui is an ancient Piedmontese vine grown in the hills around Acqui Terme. Unlike Moscato d’Asti, Brachetto d’Acqui stays a few days on the skin to give the classic ruby ​​red color. Color: light ruby ​​red. Bouquet: fragrant, brachetto grape, reminiscent of wild roses. Taste: sweet, aromatic, characteristic of brachetto grapes

 

ITALIE

Piemont

 

Piedmont is part of the natural region of the Po Valley, alongside Lombardy, Veneto and Trentino-Alto Adige. Piedmont is the second largest region in Italy

 

MODERATE TO WARM MEDITERRANEAN CLIMATE

Domaine Torelli

 

The winery of the Torelli family is located in Bubbio, near Canelli and Aqui Terme. On the sunny slopes between the Bormida and Belbo rivers, the grapes ripen perfectly. The extremely steep vineyard of San Gród is cultivated in complex manual labor.The estate Mario Torelli works in organic farming. With 7 ha of vineyards and 55,000 annual bottles, it is the prototype of the small estate that has focused on quality.

GOING FURTHER

Tasting Notes

Brachetto d’Acqui is an ancient Piedmontese vine grown in the hills around Acqui Terme. Unlike Moscato d’Asti, Brachetto d’Acqui stays a few days on the skin to give the classic ruby ​​red color. Color: light ruby ​​red. Bouquet: fragrant, brachetto grape, reminiscent of wild roses. Taste: sweet, aromatic, characteristic of brachetto grapes

 

ITALIE

Piemont

Piedmont is part of the natural region of the Po Valley, alongside Lombardy, Veneto and Trentino-Alto Adige. Piedmont is the second largest region in Italy

 

MODERATE TO WARM MEDITERRANEAN CLIMATE

Domaine Torelli

The winery of the Torelli family is located in Bubbio, near Canelli and Aqui Terme. On the sunny slopes between the Bormida and Belbo rivers, the grapes ripen perfectly. The extremely steep vineyard of San Gród is cultivated in complex manual labor.The estate Mario Torelli works in organic farming. With 7 ha of vineyards and 55,000 annual bottles, it is the prototype of the small estate that has focused on quality.

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