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The word Langhe is an ancient term that means ridges of hills and in this UNESCO World Heritage's scenario our vineyards are located, between the municipalities of Neive and Mango.
Millions of years ago this whole territory was a seabed, hence the marly limestone composition that characterizes our land.
In the municipality of Neive we grow Nebbiolo grapes with west exposure, while in Mango the vineyards are dedicated to the cultivation of Moscato grapes, with east and east-north exposure for Chardonnay and Pinot Nero, used for our Alta Langa.
The youngest vines from 4 to 15 years of age alternate with rows of majestic vines over 40 years old, with which we mainly produce our Canelli Moscato d'Asti, the flagship of our Moscato production.
The utmost attention to the care of the vineyard leads us to constant work throughout the year in the fields, in order to have the highest quality that each vine can express during the harvest.
In Neive, kingdom of Nebbiolo, our vines have an average age of 25 years and give us an elegant and mature wine; for Canelli Moscato d'Asti, with the efforts of a single vine over 40 years, we produce a bottle of this precious wine. Minimum yield per plant, maximum quality.
Not only Barbaresco and Moscato d'Asti, we also produce Alta Langa, the first classic method to be produced in Italy since the mid-nineteenth century.
Produced from Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes in areas that are not too sunny, in order to maintain good acidity and the right degree of ripeness, we obtain a delicate, enveloping and intense classic method, internationally awarded.
The harvest, which begins in September, is carried out strictly by hand to preserve every single grape and select the best bunches.
During the special moment of the harvest, all the members of the Barbero family are involved, including the youngest, Massimo's children called Umberto, who breathes and lives this magical moment from an early age, like a ritual that has been lasting for generations.
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