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2014 Barbera d’Alba Brua Azienda Musso Piemonte (Bottle - 1/75cl)

The Musso Winery, established in 1929, is located in Barbaresco, Piemonte, in North West Italy. This Barbera d’Alba is obtained from grapes from the oldest vineyard of Musso, those located in Rio Sordo.
The wine is made in two ways: a portion of the juice is fermented in steel tanks, while the other half ferments in barrels of 500 litres. At the end of vinification, the two types of new wine are blended to achieve the best result.
The wine aging follows two phases: first, a few months in barrels of 500 litres followed by further maturation in larger barrels of 20 hectolitres, in total for about 12 months before bottling in the spring and summer of the second year after harvest. The bottles are then laid down and spend 5 or 6 months of aging before release to the market.
The wine displays aromas with notes of red fruit jam and brandied cherries along with toasty and spicy notes of cinnamon and vanilla. The palate is rich, warm, intense, with a good balance between alcohol and acidity and a structure that offers good aging potential.


Food Pairings: it is the ideal wine for structured and even some rustic dishes. It pairs well with meat dishes, especially pork, stuffed pasta with flavourful sauces, stewed or braised red meats and well-seasoned cheeses.

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The Musso Winery, established in 1929, is located in Barbaresco, Piemonte, in North West Italy. This Barbera d’Alba is obtained from grapes from the oldest vineyard of Musso, those located in Rio Sordo.
The wine is made in two ways: a portion of the juice is fermented in steel tanks, while the other half ferments in barrels of 500 litres. At the end of vinification, the two types of new wine are blended to achieve the best result.
The wine aging follows two phases: first, a few months in barrels of 500 litres followed by further maturation in larger barrels of 20 hectolitres, in total for about 12 months before bottling in the spring and summer of the second year after harvest. The bottles are then laid down and spend 5 or 6 months of aging before release to the market.
The wine displays aromas with notes of red fruit jam and brandied cherries along with toasty and spicy notes of cinnamon and vanilla. The palate is rich, warm, intense, with a good balance between alcohol and acidity and a structure that offers good aging potential.


Food Pairings: it is the ideal wine for structured and even some rustic dishes. It pairs well with meat dishes, especially pork, stuffed pasta with flavourful sauces, stewed or braised red meats and well-seasoned cheeses.
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