Vegetative Vigour: Good
Productivity: Constant Abundant
Leaf: Medium-sized, five-lobed, with the underside very painful.
Bunch: The pyramid shape, very compact, medium-sized berries oval, deep blue color.
Period of Maturation: Early October
Native of the hills of Monferrato, Barbera is the
most widely planted red grape of Piedmont second in Italy after Sangiovese. Resistant and highly productive, this grape is grown in every possible type of environment giving life to innumerable
varieties and styles of wine and bouquet. It 's the most common variety in our region, after several years of growth recently witnessed a big decline in area cultivated. It is a very versatile grape,
which can give rise to a wide assortment of products, ranging from novice to the great wines for aging.