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Marchesi Incisa – Valmorena Barbera d’Asti

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Italy
Piedmont
Wine
Red

The Facts

UPCs
  • 2021 (750ml) - 8 029836 000352
  • 2020 (750ml) - 8 029836 000352
  • 2019 (750ml) - 8 029836 000352
  • 2018 (750ml) - 8 029836 000352
Origins Italy > Piedmont > Asti
Appellation Barbera d'Asti
Varietal Barbera
Cepage 100% Barbera
Winemaking Grapes are hand-harvest. Softly pressed. Vinified in stainless steel vats.
Markets California, Texas, National

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The Character

Overall Vibrant & Layered
Aromas Violet, Maraschino Cherries, Dates, Figs
Mouthfeel Powerful & Fresh
Tasting Notes A deep ruby red hue. Intense with notes of violet and maraschino cherries. Rich middle notes are nostalgic of dates and figs. The palate is powerful and fresh. With notes of white pepper and chocolate. It is balanced with a persistent finish.
Selling Point Authentically fresh with great depth.
Pairings Carne Cruda, BBQ, Pasta w/ Sage & Butter
Awards
  • 2019 - 91pts Wine Enthusiast, 90pts James Suckling
  • 2018 - 90pts James Suckling, 90pts Wine Enthusiast
Sustainability
  • 2021 - Sustainable In Practice
  • 2020 - Sustainable In Practice
  • 2019 - Sustainable In Practice
  • 2018 - Sustainable In Practice

The Story

Barbera is a grape varietal indigenous to Piedmont and it’s one of the most important from this region. Valmorena is Marchesi's most authentic and traditional interpretation of Barbera wine. Thanks to the vinification and maturation carried out in stainless steel vats and partially in oak casks, Valmorena preserves all the natural freshness and fruitiness of the varietal, showing at the same time great depth and persistence.
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About Marchesi Incisa

Brand Story

The Marchesi Incisa family holds roots in Piemonte dating back 100 years. In the town of Monferrato, they grow indigenous varietals demonstrating to the world how just special they are. In the 1850's, Leopoldo Incisa came back from his journeys in France with clones of Pinot Noir & Merlot, planting them in the vineyards. These old vines have developed their own beautiful characteristics as well. Siblings Filiberto and Francesca now run the winery.


Brand Story

The Marchesi Incisa family holds roots in Piemonte dating back 100 years. In the town of Monferrato, they grow indigenous varietals demonstrating to the world how just special they are. In the 1850's, Leopoldo Incisa came back from his journeys in France with clones of Pinot Noir & Merlot, planting them in the vineyards. These old vines have developed their own beautiful characteristics as well. Siblings Filiberto and Francesca now run the winery.

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