"Fibonacci" Barbera d'Alba Superiore
The Barbera d’Alba Superiore DOC “Fibonacci” was dedicated to the great Italian scholar Leonardo Fibonacci, who lived in the early 1700s, he contributed to the rebirth of the exact sciences after the decline of the Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages. Considered one of the greatest mathematicians ever, made famous by the Fibonacci’s numer, a series of integers in which each of them is the sum of the two previous ones, except for the first two which are by definition: F = 0 and F = 1.
“Fibonacci”Barbera d’Alba Superiore
Medium-textured tending to clayey.
Rivalta di La Morra and Bussia di Monforte D’Alba.
South / East – South / West
400 meters above sea level
YEAR OF PLANT
It is harvested in mid-October. The must ferments on the pomace for about 10 days at a controlled temperature that does not exceed 30 ° C. At least 4/6 daily pumping over allow the best extraction of the characteristic garnet red color and tannins.
At the end of fermentation the wine is transferred to steel tanks for decanting and racking which takes place through frequent decanting. It is transferred to French oak barrels where the malolactic fermentation also takes place and where it rests and matures for a further 8/12 months. It is bottled in the middle of summer.
Intense garnet red with purple reflections.
Cherry and red fruits in general very ripe, cocoa, vanilla and spicy aromas characteristic of wood, which coexist elegantly with the natural fruit of the grape.
In the mouth the wine is full and persistent; black fruits and acidity are mitigated by the passage in wood.
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