The Gallina cru, thanks to the great south/south-west exposure, is one of the most appreciated in the Barbaresco region.
The Francone family produces Barbaresco Gallina with passion and top care of all the details.
The harvest takes place between the beginning and the 15th of October followed by the fermentation on the skins for 14 days.
The aging in French oak barrels lasts 24 months to make sure to have a smooth and elegant Barbaresco.
BOTTLE AGING: Francone's Barbaresco is at its best 3 years after bottling but it can age for 10 years and even longer.
PARITING: Francone's Barbaresco Gallina is a fantastic wine to match meat courses and ripe cheeses.
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