Reggiana soul of Barbaterre: rustic, peasant and authentic effervescence
Reggiana soul of Barbaterre: rustic, peasant and authentic effervescence


Reggiana soul of Barbaterre: rustic, peasant and authentic effervescence

The link with the territory of the Quattrocastella bio-cellar is expressed in Lambrusco, Marzemino and Sauvignon vinified according to tradition.

They are Arsân, a Lambrusco from Emilia IGT, Palê 'd'Ôr, a sauvignon from Emilia, and Besméin Capolegh, a rosé made from marzemina grapes.

Three refermented in the bottle to celebrate their roots. Barbaterre , the organic winery owned by Franco Garzotti and Maria Grazia Lugo in the Matildic lands, has chosen to pay homage to the Reggio wine tradition through three wines made with traditional winemaking methods , which have always been used by farmers in the region.
"We have chosen this production technique because we believe in respecting the times of nature - explains Maria Grazia Lugo - We let everything happen slowly , without forcing: in this way our wines become over time and thanks to it more mature, deep and refined, leading to excellent results. great quality ".
In addition to the production techniques, these three wines are also linked to the territory in the name: the Reggio dialect is in fact the common denominator of the names with which they are identified. Palê 'd'Ôr , “appears golden”, sums up the nature of this sauvignon blanc with an original and not obvious look. A wine that makes the bright color and golden shades that characterize it its business card. Besméin Capolegh means “luxuriant marzemino”, a variety sought after by local farmers because it guaranteed generous and productive harvests. Arsân is simply “reggiano”, the Lambrusco which represents the quintessence of this territory.
"The intention that guided us in the choice of names was to underline how much these our wines and the method with which they are produced are closely connected to the territory in which they are born - says Franco Garzotti - The Reggio province links its wine history to method of refermentation. Ancestral, refermented, sur lie , sparkling ... there are different 'titles' with which we refer to this type of wines but the trait they share is a rustic, peasant and authentic effervescence, which leads back to the artisanal origins of the production process ".
Palê 'd'Ôr , 100% sauvignon blanc, is a wine with a refreshing and sunny drink. Scented with cedar, aromatic herbs and green apple, it has an intense citrus freshness and in the mouth the fruity and floral scents return clear. Besméin Capolegh , interpretation of marzemino, coral pink in color, smells of rose, wild strawberry and raspberries, with a mineral and savory finish. Arsân obtained from grasparossa, salamino and malbo gentile grapes is the Lambrusco of the hills according to Barbaterre: rich foam, intense and bright color, greedy and straightforward taste.
For its line of refermented products Barbaterre has chosen a closure with string , to prevent the strong pressure exerted by the fermentation in the bottle from removing the cork. Another homage to the Emilian tradition, symbol of that ancient bond with the place where these wines are produced, “a bond made of method, tradition and craftsmanship” as Massimiliano Ferrari , brand manager of Barbaterre explains.

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