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MAGNUM LA BAUDRIA DOCG

 

BARBERA D’ASTI DOCG SUPERIORE

Originates out of Barbera grapes grown in certain parts of the province of Asti, in limey, clayey and sandy soil. La Baudria, our special selection of Barbera d’Asti Superiore, is a wine of great personality and complexity, underlined by ageing in oak or chestnut barrels. 

COLOUR
An intense shade of red.

BOUQUET
Smooth, complex bouquet revealing fragrances of wild berries, plum and spices.

FLAVOUR
Dry, round, velvety and full-bodied. Aged in wood to add elegance and smoothness.

ALCOHOL CONTENT
14-14.5% Vol.

PAIRINGS
Ideal with dishes of bold personality: soup, pasta or rice dishes, roasts, wild game and flavourful cheeses.

SERVING TEMPERATURE
18-20° C

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MAGNUM BARBARESCO DOCG

 
Made from Nebbiolo grapes grown near Barbaresco, Neive and Treiso: ancient little villages in the Langhe, in the province of Cuneo. Nebbiolo grapes are particularly sensitive to the local climate, producing a wine that is very different from a wine that might be made from the same grape planted elsewhere. Barbaresco must be aged for at least 26 months, including 9 months in wood.

COLOUR
Red, tending toward garnet with ageing.

BOUQUET
Ethereal, pleasantly intense, containing hints of fruit, spices and leather.

FLAVOUR
Robust, austere, but velvety and harmonious, with pleasing tannins.

ALCOHOL CONTENT
14% Vol.

PAIRINGS
Perfect with prestigious dishes such as roast meats, wild gameand aged cheeses.

SERVING TEMPERATURE
18-20° C – Uncork an hour before serving.


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MAGNUM BAROLO DOCG

 
Universally considered the king of the wines of Piedmont, Barolo is made from Nebbiolo grapes grown in a limited part of the Langhe, near the town of Barolo. It is aged for at least 3 years, 2 of which are spent in oak or chestnut barrels. Bottles must be stored horizontally in a dry, cool wine cellar. 

COLOUR
Garnet red with orangey highlights.

BOUQUET
Ethereal, pleasing and intense, with spicy notes and hints of worked leather.

FLAVOUR
Full, mouth-filling, full-bodied, with the right amount of tannins.

ALCOHOL CONTENT
14.5% Vol.

PAIRINGS
The ideal accompaniment to main dishes such as roast and braised meats, wild game and aged cheeses.

SERVING TEMPERATURE
18-20° C - Uncork an hour before serving.


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ASTI DOCG

 
The best-known DOCG sparkling wine originates with natural fermentation of Moscato grapes harvested in 51 municipalities in the provinces of Asti, Alessandria and Cuneo. An essential part of any celebration, and the perfect conclusion to a dinner in the company of friends.

PERLAGE
Fine and persistent.

COLOUR
Straw yellow with pale gold highlights.

BOUQUET
Typical aroma of Moscato grapes with notes of acacia and wisteria

FLAVOUR
Sweet, aromatic, balanced, with delicate harmonies of peach and apricot.

ALCOHOL CONTENT
7% Vol.

ABBINAMENTI
Perfect with sweets and desserts, its versatility allows Asti DOCG to be paired equally well with bold and spicy flavours and savoury dishes. A valuable ingredient in the kitchen, capable of inspiring new dishes and renewed versions of traditional dishes with a modern touch, adding a pinch of originality to any recipe.

SERVING TEMPERATURE
6-8° C


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BARBARESCO DOCG

 
Made from Nebbiolo grapes grown near Barbaresco, Neive and Treiso: ancient little villages in the Langhe, in the province of Cuneo. Nebbiolo grapes are particularly sensitive to the local climate, producing a wine that is very different from a wine that might be made from the same grape planted elsewhere. Barbaresco must be aged for at least 26 months, including 9 months in wood.

COLOUR
Red, tending toward garnet with ageing.

BOUQUET
Ethereal, pleasantly intense, containing hints of fruit, spices and leather.

FLAVOUR
Robust, austere, but velvety and harmonious, with pleasing tannins.

ALCOHOL CONTENT
14% Vol.

PAIRINGS
Perfect with prestigious dishes such as roast meats, wild gameand aged cheeses.

SERVING TEMPERATURE
18-20° C – Uncork an hour before serving.


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BARBERA D'ASTI DOCG

 
Made from Barbera grapes grown in a large hilly area in the provinces of Asti and Alessandria characterised by calcareous, clayey and sandy soil.

COLOUR
Red.

BOUQUET
Winy, ethereal, with notes of blackberry, plum and spices.

FLAVOUR
Dry, round, bold and full-bodied. Becomes more harmonious with ageing.

ALCOHOL CONTENT
13.5% Vol.

PAIRINGS
Goes perfectly with bold flavours such as cured meats, flavourful soup, pasta or rice dishes, boiled and roast meats and cheeses of all kinds.

SERVING TEMPERATURE
18-20° C


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BAROLO DOCG

 
Universally considered the king of the wines of Piedmont, Barolo is made from Nebbiolo grapes grown in a limited part of the Langhe, near the town of Barolo. It is aged for at least 3 years, 2 of which are spent in oak or chestnut barrels. Bottles must be stored horizontally in a dry, cool wine cellar. 

COLOUR
Garnet red with orangey highlights.

BOUQUET
Ethereal, pleasing and intense, with spicy notes and hints of worked leather.

FLAVOUR
Full, mouth-filling, full-bodied, with the right amount of tannins.

ALCOHOL CONTENT
14.5% Vol.

PAIRINGS
The ideal accompaniment to main dishes such as roast and braised meats, wild game and aged cheeses.

SERVING TEMPERATURE
18-20° C - Uncork an hour before serving.


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LA BAUDRIA

 

BARBERA D’ASTI DOCG SUPERIORE

Originates out of Barbera grapes grown in certain parts of the province of Asti, in limey, clayey and sandy soil. La Baudria, our special selection of Barbera d’Asti Superiore, is a wine of great personality and complexity, underlined by ageing in oak or chestnut barrels. 

COLOUR
An intense shade of red.

BOUQUET
Smooth, complex bouquet revealing fragrances of wild berries, plum and spices.

FLAVOUR
Dry, round, velvety and full-bodied. Aged in wood to add elegance and smoothness.

ALCOHOL CONTENT
14-14.5% Vol.

PAIRINGS
Ideal with dishes of bold personality: soup, pasta or rice dishes, roasts, wild game and flavourful cheeses.

SERVING TEMPERATURE
18-20° C

RATINGS:

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