Our wines | Barbaresco Bric Balin DOCG

Bric Balin comes from Barbaresco, in the amphitheater where the winery is located. The soil gives it freshness and potency.

Its color is a beautiful intense garnet red, and its aroma presents a fruity and complex scent. It has a fresh full-bodied flavor with powerful tannins. It’s perfect for pairing with dishes made with stewed or grilled red meats, cured meats, game, and medium-aged cheeses.

Barbaresco Bric Balin DOCG

Grape variety

Nebbiolo

Area of production

Municipality of Barbaresco

Vineyards

Bric Balin geographical mention

Year of vineyard planting

1971, 1985, 2013, 2022

Vineyard surface area

2,3 hectares

Plants per hectare

n° 4.000

Soil type

Laminated Sant'Agata fossil marl, whitish limestone marl

Exposure and Altitude

West between 250 to 300 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

12.000

Our wines | Barbaresco Bric Balin DOCG

Bric Balin comes from Barbaresco, in the amphitheater where the winery is located. The soil gives it freshness and potency.

Its color is a beautiful intense garnet red, and its aroma presents a fruity and complex scent. It has a fresh full-bodied flavor with powerful tannins. It’s perfect for pairing with dishes made with stewed or grilled red meats, cured meats, game, and medium-aged cheeses.

Barbaresco Bric Balin DOCG

Grape variety

Nebbiolo

Area of production

Municipality of Barbaresco

Vineyards

Bric Balin geographical mention

Year of vineyard planting

1971, 1985, 2013, 2022

Vineyard surface area

2,3 hectares

Plants per hectare

n° 4.000

Soil type

Laminated Sant'Agata fossil marl, whitish limestone marl

Exposure and Altitude

West between 250 to 300 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

12.000

Our wines | Barbaresco Bric Balin DOCG

Bric Balin comes from Barbaresco, in the amphitheater where the winery is located. The soil gives it freshness and potency.

Its color is a beautiful intense garnet red, and its aroma presents a fruity and complex scent. It has a fresh full-bodied flavor with powerful tannins. It’s perfect for pairing with dishes made with stewed or grilled red meats, cured meats, game, and medium-aged cheeses.

Barbaresco Bric Balin DOCG

Grape variety

Nebbiolo

Area of production

Municipality of Barbaresco

Vineyards

Bric Balin geographical mention

Year of vineyard planting

1971, 1985, 2013, 2022

Vineyard surface area

2,3 hectares

Plants per hectare

n° 4.000

Soil type

Laminated Sant'Agata fossil marl, whitish limestone marl

Exposure and Altitude

West between 250 to 300 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

12.000

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The vineyard

Bric Balin is a Barbaresco vineyard, on the western side, with whitish limestone clays.

The vineyard is located in the winery’s amphitheater on Muncagota Hill, which gives the company its name, and on the western side of the ridge that descends towards the center of the municipality of Barbaresco. The soil is made up of laminated Sant’Agata fossil marl that’s richer in clay. Exposure to cool air, combined with the clay, produces wine with good structure and character.

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

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Nebbiolo

The vineyard is located in the winery’s amphitheater on Muncagota Hill, which gives the company its name, and on the western side of the ridge that descends towards the center of the municipality of Barbaresco. The soil is made up of laminated Sant’Agata fossil marl that’s richer in clay. Exposure to cool air, combined with the clay, produces wine with good structure and character.

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