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Cascina Valeggia Cascina Valeggia – 6 bottles — —

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  • 2 bottles of Barbera d’Asti Superiore DOCG 2011 Per Ingrid: strains of Barbera grown in this vineyard experience optimal environmental exposure and, with a white ‘poor’ soil, they naturally produce very few grapes
  • 2 bottles of Monferrato Rosso DOC 2008 Net: created with the idea of making wine exclusively using an international grape such as Syrah, this is our niche product and roughly 2,000 bottles are produced.
  • 2 bottles of Grignolino d’Asti DOC 2015 Adess: a particular Grignolino with 13.5°C of alcol.

About the producer

Cascina Valeggia produces and sells Monferrato wines.
The wines produced are: Freisa d’Asti, Grignolino d’Asti, Barbera d’Asti DOCG, Barbera d’Asti Superiore, Monferrato Rosso, Piedmont Barbera.

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    The Producer

    Cascina Valeggia

    Cascina Valeggia has always produced and sold typical Monferrato wines. In addition, they also produce raw milk cheeses in the small dairy. The tastes are genuine, and derive from the teachings of the past generations. Read more

    Description

    Barbera d’Asti Superiore DOCG 2011 Per Ingrid

    The Barbera d’Asti Superiore has been produced by us since 2000 from our company’s best Barbera grapes grown in the Merli vineyard.

    Strains of Barbera grown in this vineyard experience optimal environmental exposure and, with a white ‘poor’ soil, they naturally produce very few grapes. The production is about 5000 kg per hectare (much lower than the 9000 outlined by the specification).

    This wine was dedicated to, and named after my daughter Ingrid in 2008. IT IS A GREAT WINE!

    Basic informations

    Product Name: Per Ingrid
    Vineyard: Barbera
    Denomination: Barbera d’ Asti Superiore
    Classificaton: DOCG
    Color: red
    Type: firm
    Country/Region: Italy, Piedmont
    Vintage: 2011
    Alcool percentage: 14,0 %
    Sugar rate: <2 g/l
    Aging: in oak barrels
    Number of bottles produced: 2000

    Vinification (Wine-making)

    Method: Fermentation with maceration in steel barrels to 150 hl. Pumping and shadding for 4 time in a day.
    Temperature: 26 °C then 30-32 °C at the end of fermentation. Afterwards it’s placed in French oak barrels.
    Lenght: 30 days
    Malolactic: done in oak barrels
    Wood type: French oak (Allier and Limousine)
    Barrels type: tonneau/barriques
    Level of toast: average
    Percentage of New Barrel: 30 %
    Aging time in wood: 15 months
    Minimum aging in bottle: 06 months

    Bottle

    Empty Bottle Weight: 450 g
    Date of Bottling: 03/2013
    Aging Potential: 10 years
    Cork Size: 24 x 44
    Cork Material: natural cork
    Bottle Type: bordolese

    Vineyard

    % of Grape / Cépage: barbera 100% (AT 84 clone)
    Soil: silt – clay
    Exposure: Sud – West
    Year of plantation: 2002
    Date of Harvest: 12/10/2011
    Geolocation: Moncalvo (AT)

    Chemical Analysis

    Dry Extract [g/l]: 30
    Total Acidity [g/l of tartaric acid equivalent ]: 6,0
    Volatile Acidity [g/l acetic acid equivalent]: 0,55
    Total SO2 [mg/l]: 94
    Free SO2 [mg/l]: 30

    Monferrato Rosso DOC 2008 Net

    This wine was created with the idea of making wine exclusively using an international grape such as Syrah, which is usually used for mixing with other wines. And in a region where it is quite uncommon to find this sort of wine.

    In 2001 we decided to remove a small part of the Barbera vines in one of our most exclusive vineyards and plant Syrah vines; this is our niche product and roughly 2,000 bottles are produced. Later, from 2008, we began producing exclusively Syrah.

    It is great for accompanying meat dishes and stews but it can also be fully enjoyed on its own, for example in an evening lounge bar. 1,5 liter bottles are also produced in limited quantities.

    Basic informations

    Product Name: 
Net
    Vineyard: Syrah 100%.
    Denomination: Monferrato Rosso
    Classificaton: DOC
    Color: 
red
    Type: firm
    Country/Region: Italy, Piedmont,
    Vintage: 2008
    Alcool percentage: 14 %
    Sugar rate: <2 g/l
    Aging: in oak barrels
    Number of bottles produced: 1500

    Vinification (Wine-making)

    Method: Fermentation with maceration in steel barrels to 30 hl. Pumping and shadding for 2 time in a day.
    Temperature: 30-32 °C at the end of fermentation. Afterwards it’s placed in French oak barrels.
    Lenght: 20 days.
    Malolactic: done in oak barrels.
    Wood type: French oak (Allier)
    Barrels type: tonneau/barriques
    Level of toast: average
    Percentage of New Barrel: 50 %
    Aging time in wood: 15 months
    Minimum aging in bottle: 06 months

    Bottle

    Empty Bottle Weight: 500 g
    Date of Bottling: 03/2010
    Aging Potential: 15 years
    Cork Size: 24 x 44
    Cork Material: natural cork
    Bottle Type: bordolese

    Vineyard

    % of Grape / Cépage: Cabernet Sauvignon 70%, Barbera 25%, Syrah 5%.
    Soil: silt – clay
    Exposure: Sud – est
    Agricultural method: integrated
    Year of plantation: 2002
    Date of harvest: 15/10/2008
    Type of harvest: mechanic
    Geolocation: Moncalvo (AT)

    Chemical Analysis

    Dry Extract [g/l]: 29
    Total Acidity [g/l of tartaric acid equivalent ]: 5,0
    Volatile Acidity [g/l acetic acid equivalent]: 0,55
    Total SO2 [mg/l]: 100
    Free SO2 [mg/l]: 35

    Grignolino d’Asti DOC 2015 Adess

    Defined as the most red of the white wines and the most white of the red wines, this local wine of Monferrato has always struggled to find its place both in the domestic and the world market.

    I created this product in order to fluster slightly the way in which Grignolino is made. It was usually considered as being a light wine, with low alcohol grading and was drunk only when the Piemonte Barbera was too strong. I, however, wanted to create an important product with a vine that I believe has enormous potential. It is a full-bodied, dry wine with a strong personality that is suitable for meat, but also ideal for some fish dishes such as fish soups.

    When the Grignolino d’Asti is left to ripen at length on the plant and is produced as a varietal, like ours, you’ll love it from the first sip.

    Basic informations

    Product Name: Adess
    Vineyard: Grignolino
    Denomination: Grignolino d’Asti
    Classificaton: DOC
    Color: red
    Type: firm
    Country/Region: Italy, Piedmont.
    Vintage: 2015
    Alcool percentage: 13,5 %
    Sugar rate: <2 g/l
    Number of bottles produced: 2000

    Vinification (Wine-making)

    Method: fermentation with maceration in steel barrels to 70 hl. Pumping and shadding for 2 time in a day, then rack wine and fermentation without skin and seeds.
    Temperature: 18 – 22 °C
    Lenght: 10-12 days.
    Malolactic: done in steel barrels
    Minimum aging in bottle: 3 months

    Bottle

    Empty bottle weight: 420 g
    Date of bottling: 21/03/2016
    Aging potential: 5 years
    Cork size: 24 x 44
    Cork material: natural cork
    Bottle type: bordolese

    Vineyard

    % of Grape / Cépage: Grignolino 100%
    Soil: silt – clay
    Exposure: Sud – West
    Agricultural method: integrated
    Year of plantation: 2004
    Date of Harvest: 20/09/2015
    Geolocation: Moncalvo (AT)

    Chemical Analysis

    Dry Extract [g/l]: 27
    Total Acidity [g/l of tartaric acid equivalent ]: 6,0
    Volatile Acidity [g/l acetic acid equivalent]: 0,45
    Total SO2 [mg/l]: 90
    Free SO2 [mg/l]: 35

    Additional information

    Weight 8.5 kg
    Region

    Piedmont

    Denomination
    Packaging

    Bottle 0.75 L

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    Shipping & Delivery

    The order is processed on the same day if executed and paid by 12.00 pm. The courier picks up the parcels the day after the order is processed (excluding: low cost delivery and Extra EU).

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    Following the order processing, the bottles are collected to be packed in the least number of packages and processed with a single waybill.

    Extra EU orders

    Following the order processing, the goods are delivered to MBE who will process the order by selecting a carrier and following the regulations in force.

    Times may vary: delivery within 5 – 9 working days.

    Packaging

    We are very careful about the quality of the packaging, to avoid problems during shipping.

    For the bottles we use packages that are suitable for transport, which keep the contents still. You may receive two different types (both very valid and chosen according to the regulations of the shipping countries):

    • polystyrene structure inside cardboard boxes
    • cardboard structure and boxes

    As for gastronomic products, these are also shipped in cardboard boxes with bubble wrap or air cushions inside.

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