Our wines | Barbaresco Basarin DOCG

Basarin comes from the majestic southern slopes of Neive, which reflects its linearity and balance.

Its beautiful intense garnet red color entices the eye, while its warm fruity hints of cherry and plum with light spicy notes on the finish enthrall the palate. The taste is broad and rich with elegant tannins that leave room for a long and harmonious finish. It’s perfect for pairing with dishes made with stewed or grilled red meats, cured meats, game, and medium-aged cheeses.

Barbaresco Basarin DOCG

Grape variety

Nebbiolo

Area of production

Municipality of Neive

Vineyards

BASARIN geographical mention

Year of vineyard planting

1968, 1996, 2000, 2014

Vineyard surface area

1 hectare

Plants per hectare

4,000

Soil type

Sandy Sant'Agata fossil marl, gray marl and sand

Exposure and Altitude

Southern between 250 to 280 meters

Harvest time

End of September - beginning of October

Average production

60 quintals per hectare

Fermentation

Thermo-conditioned steel tanks

Aging

In French oak barriques for eighteen months and in the bottle for at least nine months

Number of bottles

6.000

Our wines | Barbaresco Basarin DOCG

Basarin comes from the majestic southern slopes of Neive, which reflects its linearity and balance.

Its beautiful intense garnet red color entices the eye, while its warm fruity hints of cherry and plum with light spicy notes on the finish enthrall the palate. The taste is broad and rich with elegant tannins that leave room for a long and harmonious finish. It’s perfect for pairing with dishes made with stewed or grilled red meats, cured meats, game, and medium-aged cheeses.

Barbaresco Basarin DOCG

Grape variety

Nebbiolo

Area of production

Municipality of Neive

Vineyards

BASARIN geographical mention

Year of vineyard planting

1968, 1996, 2000, 2014

Vineyard surface area

1 hectare

Plants per hectare

4,000

Soil type

Sandy Sant'Agata fossil marl, gray marl and sand

Exposure and Altitude

Southern between 250 to 280 meters

Harvest time

End of September - beginning of October

Average production

60 quintals per hectare

Fermentation

Thermo-conditioned steel tanks

Aging

In French oak barriques for eighteen months and in the bottle for at least nine months

Number of bottles

6.000

Our wines | Barbaresco Basarin DOCG

Basarin comes from the majestic southern slopes of Neive, which reflects its linearity and balance.

Its beautiful intense garnet red color entices the eye, while its warm fruity hints of cherry and plum with light spicy notes on the finish enthrall the palate. The taste is broad and rich with elegant tannins that leave room for a long and harmonious finish. It’s perfect for pairing with dishes made with stewed or grilled red meats, cured meats, game, and medium-aged cheeses.

Barbaresco Basarin DOCG

Grape variety

Nebbiolo

Area of production

Municipality of Neive

Vineyards

BASARIN geographical mention

Year of vineyard planting

1968, 1996, 2000, 2014

Vineyard surface area

1 hectare

Plants per hectare

4,000

Soil type

Sandy Sant'Agata fossil marl, gray marl and sand

Exposure and Altitude

Southern between 250 to 280 meters

Harvest time

End of September - beginning of October

Average production

60 quintals per hectare

Fermentation

Thermo-conditioned steel tanks

Aging

In French oak barriques for eighteen months and in the bottle for at least nine months

Number of bottles

6.000

The Vineyard

Basarin is a geographical mention on the hills of Neive, characterized by a limestone-marl soil that's rich in sand.

The vineyard is located at an altitude of 250-280 meters above sea level. With its southern exposure in the center of the mention, the soil is typical of the sandy Sant’Agata fossil marls from the early Tortonian era, where the richness of sand veins allows for elegant and balanced wines from which balsamic and spicy notes emerge.

Harvesting is done manually. The bunches are placed in 20 kg crates to preserve their quality.

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Sergio in Basarin
Sergio in Basarin

The vineyard is located at an altitude of 250-280 meters above sea level. With its southern exposure in the center of the mention, the soil is typical of the sandy Sant’Agata fossil marls from the early Tortonian era, where the richness of sand veins allows for elegant and balanced wines from which balsamic and spicy notes emerge.

Harvesting is done manually. The bunches are placed in 20 kg crates to preserve their quality.