Braida Barbera d'Asti Bricco Della Bigotta 2007

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From Braida (Barbera d'Asti), we received this Braida Barbera d'Asti Bricco Della Bigotta 2007 (£54.77), a red wine based on barbera of 2007. Drinks&Co users evaluate this red wine with 4 out of 5 points.

Technical sheet · Braida Barbera d'Asti Bricco Della Bigotta

Type Of Wine: red wine
Vintage: 2007 Other vintages
Appellation:Barbera d'Asti (Piemonte,Italy)
Winery: Braida
Volume: 75cl
Grapes: Barbera
Allergens: Contains Sulfites

Description · Braida

Braida Barbera d'Asti Bricco Della Bigotta 2007 (Barbera)

TASTING NOTES OF Braida Barbera d'Asti Bricco Della Bigotta 2007:

  • View: Braida Barbera D'Asti Bricco Della Bigotta 2007 presents a ruby ​​garnet with violet reflections.
  • Nose: rich, intense and persistent aroma, very well evolved, with sensations of liquorice, violet, plum and vanilla aroma.
  • Mouth: The taste presents a combination of fruits spices, well balanced, vigorous and intense spicy toasted.

GRAPES: Barbera

BODEGA: Braida

Braida

"Braida" was Giuseppe Bologna's nickname, the village's top player of the regional sport "Pallone Elastico" and founder of the winery. In 1961, Giacomo Bologna, his son, took over not only his nickname but also the vineyards. Today Raffaella and Giuseppte Bologna dedicate themselves passionately...

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Posted on at 20.04

4 /5

Braida Bricco Della Bigotta 2007

Toffee smell, followed by coffee smell. Flavours are well balanced.
This  is nice, I enjoyed it.

Posted on at 23.04

4 /5

Braida Barbera D'Asti Bricco Della Bigotta 2007

I bought a box of this 2007 via internet.
It had a very shutdown colour. A smell a bit sickly. A red fairly astringent.

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Reviews about Braida Barbera d'Asti Bricco Della Bigotta 2015

Charles Walcott
Charles Walcott

4/5

Braida Barbera Dasti Bricco Della Bigotta 2015
The reddish brown edges were not very nice. Definitely the wrong colour, although it was an acceptable wine. Aromas of oak.It tasted a lot like wine.
Perfect with lamb stew.
It was served at a wedding.

Reviews about Braida Barbera d'Asti Bricco Della Bigotta 2011

Yvaine Simmons
Yvaine Simmons

4/5

Braida Barbera D'Asti Bricco Della Bigotta 2011
TASTING NOTES OF Braida Barbera D'Asti Bricco Della Bigotta 2011:
- View: ruby ​​garnet, violet tones.
- Nose: Rich, intense, persistent feelings of purple, plum and vanilla.
- Mouth: a mixture of fruit and spice, very well balanced, strong and intense, rich spices, ripe plum pulp, smoothness and power.

APPELLATION: Barbera d'Asti.
VINEYARD: Braida
GRAPES: 100% Barbera.

WINE PAIRING: Roast meat, game, hard cheeses.
TEMPERATURE: 16-18 °C
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 16%

Reviews about Braida Barbera d'Asti Bricco Della Bigotta 2016

Vinopuro
Vinopuro

4/5

Barbera d'Asti Bricco della Bigotta Braida is a red wine with rich and intense aroma that comes from Barbera grapes, a quality appreciated a little time, today the symbol of the historic winery Braida. The wine takes its name primarily with the little that local residents gave an old lady who lived not far from the estate, known to all as "bigoted" for its ironclad religious concepts, not supported by constant practice cult. The Bigotta Barbera is a stunning, sumptuous, from important gastronomic events; is proof of the great potential of this grape variety, often not sufficiently appreciated. The Barbera grapes that give rise to Barbera d'Asti Bricco della Bigotta, all coming from Rocchetta Tanaro vineyards in the province of Asti, are subjected to a fermentation process lasting twenty days which involves the maceration on the skins; Later, the wine is aged in small French barrels of oak, where it rests for about fifteen months before bottling. The final refinement takes place in fact in glass, where the wine is aged for over a year.