Brachetto d'Acqui DOCG - Pianbello

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The Brachetto d'Acqui DOCG from Pianbello, originating from selected high hill vineyards in the exclusive D.O.C.G. area, is a wine of exceptional quality. The hand-picked harvest of Brachetto grapes in mid-September precedes a delicate winemaking process that includes gentle pressing, followed by decantation of the must and a long fermentation at low temperatures. It stands out for its delicate ruby red color and a fine, creamy foam, typical of high-quality sparkling wines. Its bouquet is a triumph of elegance, characterized by persistent aromatic notes of candied red fruit, which harmoniously blend with delicate hints of sweet spices. On the palate, it reveals a sweet and enveloping taste, with rich nuances of berries and a softness that caresses the senses. These characteristics make it an ideal companion for baked desserts, chocolate, and dried fruit, as well as an excellent choice as a dessert wine or aperitif, ideally served between 6 and 8 °C. The Brachetto d'Acqui from Pianbello is a true example of elegance and refinement, celebrating the rich Piedmontese wine tradition.

Denomination: Brachetto d'Acqui DOCG
Vintage: 2022
Dosage: Sweet
Grapes: Brachetto
Region: Piedmont (IT), Loazzolo (AT)
Refinement: Stainless Steel
Serving temperature: 6/8°C
Alcohol content: 5,5% vol.

The Pianbello Farm owned by the brothers Mario and Pietro Cirio is located in the Langa Astigiana in Loazzolo. The Cirio family is dedicated to the cultivation of Moscato, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. In the cellar, located at an altitude of 400m, the wine is made starting from particular attention to the care of the vineyards, some of which are "heroic" located at an altitude of 550/650m altitude. Of absolute quality is their production of Alta Langa, Pinot Noir and Loazzolo DOC (one of the smallest DOCs in Italy).