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Vines Cabernet Sauvignon ( %), Merlot ( %), Syrah ( %)
Philosophy Bio Wein

Color: Ruby red

Smell: The nose recognizes the fruit, cherry, currant and small red fruits.

Taste: Soft and smooth tannins on the palate

Food matches: Rich first courses and roasted meats

The Monsordo Bernardina estate in the 1990s was the scene of significant ampelographic revolutions. Alongside the traditional varieties, a series of allochthonous cultivars were planted; the idea was to observe its potential and limits on a territory, the Piedmont one, capable of strongly marking the expressiveness and the yield in the glass. After a few years of pure vinification, in 1997, the project of making a single wine took shape, assembling the varieties that had best acclimatized in the area. From that moment Cabernet, Merlot and Syrah, processed separately, are refined in wood and then combined in different percentages according to the vintage in the characteristic bottle that bears the name of the estate. Monsordo is a wine with a moderately modern character, capable of telling the typical characteristics of the varieties that generate it and also strongly marked by the Langa terroir: a wine with international ways but with a distinctly Piedmontese accent.

Ceretto

In search of cru, a brilliant intuition Selecting the vineyards in the historically most valid positions was the goal of the two brothers Bruno and Marcello Ceretto. This idea, derived from a trip to Burgundy, would have given reason to the family and made Barolo and Barbaresco wines among the most appreciated in the world. A revolution, at the time, for a territory where the concept of cru was totally unknown, but above all, a brilliant intuition. A real struggle, theirs, undertaken with his father Riccardo, who bought the grapes and then vinified them. "Start a difficult path, the land has never created wealth for anyone" claimed Riccardo, but the stubborn Bruno and Marcello had no doubts "we are one hundred per cent for the land, the cellar certainly has little importance, however great wines do they do with grapes ". So they begin to dream of labels bearing the name of the vineyard and on which his photograph also appears: "so whoever drinks that wine has before his eyes the vineyard from which it comes. The vineyard is history, the names of the hills remain over time, not they change and this reinforces the quality and credibility of the wines produced here. You can always search, visit, touch, a vineyard ". In 1986 The Wine Spectator, perhaps the most influential American magazine in the world of wine, put the two Langhe brothers on the cover calling them Barolo Brothers. Bruno and Marcello are less than 50 years old, but they are not overwhelmed by what is an official consecration, to which all aspire but few manage to obtain. Today they have remained true to themselves, they have not stopped dreaming and fighting for a right goal. Meanwhile, the Langa has grown with them and with those who, like them, put the name of the land that gave birth to them and accompanied them throughout their lives.

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