Franco Balter so called his wine, produced in the house before building the winery, combining the names of two children, Barbara and Nicholas. Today Barbanico Lagrein is a base with the addition of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. The separate wine-making is necessary to ensurethe greatest possible expressiveness to each vine. A long affinemtno in barriques followed by bottle gives the wine importance, body, great balance and maximum expression of the fruit.
Two years in wood. e rst year in French oak tonneaux (capacity 3.5 and 5 hectolitres) and the second year in Slavonian oak casks (capacity 25 hectolitres). Finishing in the bottle for 1 year.
The oldest vineyard in Bevagna (Pg) situated in Colcimino al 350 m heigt, exposure West on sandy clay-calcareous. Plant density: 4000 per hectare.
one vineyard in Bevagna (Pg) in Vocabolo Arquata at 250m height, exposure South on clay-calcareous. One vineyard in Montefalco, at 250m height, exposure South-East, on sandy-clay-calcareous soil. Plant density: 5.000 per hectare.
t was the first wine produced at our estate. An elegant and personal interpretation of the Montepulciano in our territory, it is obtained from repeated harvests in the same plots of the whole Loreto Aprutino vineyard, followed by a further selection on the sorting table. ...
Marzemino was introduced to the Vallagarina during the Venetian domination, sometime before the end of the Fifteenth Century. The people of Santa Margherita have always cultivated Marzemino grapes together with mulberry.