Nizza DOCG "Mora di Sassi"
The “Mora di Sassi” vineyard is located in the township of Nizza Monferrato, in the heart of Nizza DOCG territory at about 200 m above sea level, south-facing. It is 3.5 hectares large, and its soils are prevalently limestone and clay. “Mora di Sassi” represents an important expression of the barbera grape, a symbolic variety of Piedmontese viticulture. The wine is intense and characterized by its strong identity from its vineyard of origins and from the time spent aging in oak barrels. The result is a mature, full, and complex Barbera.
Yield per hectare:
from 9 to 12 months in barrels and at least 12 in the bottle
dark ruby red with typical purple reflections
fine and ample, with notes of spices and mature fruit, vanilla, coffee beans, and cacao
velvety, harmonic, and well-balanced, with a pleasantly intense, long, and persistent finish
mixed delicatessen, classic Piedmontese bolliti misti or mixed boiled meats, ravioli, roasted poultry, and slow-cooked meats like donkey