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Vines Barbera ( %)

Color: Deep purple red with violet reflections.
Smell: The nose is fresh, pleasant, with hints of plum, morello cherry and blueberry.
Taste: In the mouth it is immediately soft even with a pleasant final acidic vein. The aftertaste takes up the olfactory sensations.
Food pairing: Excellent on red and white meats, braised meats, first courses based on meat sauces, mushroom dishes, medium-aged cheeses.

Production area: Langhe and Roero.
Altitude: 200-340 m a.s.l.
Exposure: South/south-west, on middle hills.
Soil: Clayey with sand veins.
Breeding system: Guyot.
Harvest: In October, hand-picking with the 20 kg boxes.
Maceration: Traditional in stainless steel for about 8-10 days.
Maturation: About 10-12 months, 80% stainless steel and 20% large barrel.

Angelo Negro

Since 1670 the Negro family has been cultivating vineyards on the Roero hills and works to best interpret the potential of this corner of Piedmont by enhancing each grape variety for its own identities. Of ancient origins, the Negro family proudly guards their roots and identity, a precious heritage of knowledge and traditions. The extract from a cadastral register found in the archives of the municipality of Monteu Roero offers evidence of the over 3 centuries of history that bind the Negro family to the lands of Roero. It shows that in 1670 "Giovanni Dominico Negro, son of Audino" was the owner, in the same area where the Perdaudin estate with its prestigious vineyards is located today, of a house with oven, farmyard, cellar and rows of vines. The choice to focus on the autochthonous vines vinified with traditional methods and the constant attention to quality soon bear fruit: starting from the 1980s, the wines of the Angelo Negro and Figli farm began to gain consensus, first in Italy and then internationally. Over time the company grows, expands and conquers new markets, becoming a reference model for the territory. However, the management remains familiar: alongside Giovanni Negro with untiring zeal are his wife Maria Elisa and their four children, Gabriele, Angelo, Emanuela and Giuseppe, who enthusiastically married the same philosophy. The company can now count on almost 70 hectares of vineyards, distributed between: - the historic Cascina Perdaudin in Monteu Roero, the Cascina San Vittore in Canale "Roero"; - Cascina Basarin in Neive "Barbaresco"; - Cascina Baudana, in the municipality of Serralunga d’Alba "Barolo". The excellent exposure, the different soils and microclimates and the meticulous work in the vineyard and in the cellar give rise to very well defined and rich in character wines, appreciated and known all over the world.

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