I bet that most quality Barberas (I said, quality) showcases as many differences as any other noble grape variety.
There’s something surprising about being in Monferrato…
…The two fell in love, and Adelasia proposed Aleramo to run away together. So it was that one night the lovers left the court, chased by the Emperor’s guards.
A dog and her olfaction, the Monferrato and its king, a passion that smells of history and must. This is Barbera d’Asti Truffle Hunter Leda’s beginning.
Unusual, tempting, unpredictable. Chocolate meets Barbera d’Asti: a surprising dialogue is born, full of new smells and tasting notes.
Wine and health. A combination everyone is interested in. What are the nutritional components that can contribute to our well-being and a healthy lifestyle?
Raw, in a salad or even cooked: steamed, boiled, fried in batter or alla giudea, whole and open. The artichoke is a versatile delicacy and difficult pairing. But we like challenges.
We always talk about wine pairings all the time. Specific food with specific wines, flavor profiles that match different characteristics… But what about pairing wine with something else? Wine and Games.
The grapes will come. The neat rows have no leaves and no fruit. Dark branches waiting, with patience and elegance. The hills are covered by silent lines that are like musical staffs in search of notes. The earth rests.
You can’t say you’d ever seen bagna cauda on a menu before I came to Asti. Even if You had, I don’t know if I would have ever tried it.