OUR WINES

Our Wines

THE TRADITION

Known as one of the finest Italian regions for its vineyards, the Langhe is a complex land with a long tradition of winemaking that boasts a number of DOC and DOCG wines, whose fame goes beyond Italy, like Barbera, Nebbiolo, Barbaresco, and Barolo.
Tenuta Baràc successfully recognised the value of this area seizing the opportunity to give value to the traditional wines of this region.

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Barolo

Name: BAROLO DOCG

Grape variety: Nebbiolo 100%

Altitude: 400 m a.s.l

Exposure: South-Est

Production area: Comune of Novello. Miocenico-Elveziana origin, rich of limestone, marl and a little bit of sand.

Training system: guyot

Age of the vines: 25 years

Harvest: First/second decade of October.

Aging: 18 months in big French oak barrels, then aged in bottle for 20 months before selling.

Tasting notes: Red garnet colour with ruby-red hints. Intense at nose, it has scents of withered rose and berries. Dry, soft, harmonic and full bodied on the palate. Velvety texture with a long finish.

Pairings: Red meat, wild meat and aged cheese. Wine for meditation.

Temperatura ideale di servizo: 16° – 18°

Barbaresco DOCG Rocche Massalupo

Name: Barbaresco DOCG Rocche Massalupo

Grape variety: Nebbiolo 100%

Altitude: 300 m a.s.l.

Exposure: South-West

Production area: Comune di Alba – cru Rocche Massalupo. Soil made up of limestone and marl.

Training system: Guyot

Age of the vines: 25 years.

Harvest: First/second decade of October.

Aging: 12 months in big French oak barrels, then aged in bottle for 1 year before selling.

Tasting notes: Ruby-red colour with hints of garnet. Intense aroma of withered violet and maraschino cherries, tobacco and caramel scents. Enveloping tannin which characterises this grape variety. The ageing process gives it more complexity.

Pairings: Red meat, wild meat and aged cheese.

Serving temperature: 16° – 18°

Langhe Nebbiolo

Name: Langhe DOC Nebbiolo

Grape variety: Nebbiolo 100%

Altitude: 300 m a.s.l.

Exposure: Est

Production area: Comune of Treiso. Soil made up of limestone and marl.

Training system: guyot

Age of the vines: 25 years.

Harvest: End of September, beginning of October.

Ageing: 12 months in big French oak barrels, then aged in bottle for 6 months.

Tasting notes: Ruby-red colour. At nose is fruity and floral with rose and cherry jam scents. Warm, soft and velvet, it enriches his bouquet and gets garnet hues with the ageing process. Elegant and complex on the palate, it expresses all the characteristics of this grape variety.

Pairings: Perfect with savoury first courses, meat and medium aged cheese.

Temperatura ideale di servizo: 16° – 18°

Barbera d’Alba Superiore

Name: Barbera d’Alba DOC Superiore

Grape variety: Barbera 100%

Altitude: 300 m a.s.l

Exposure: West

Production area: Comune of Treiso. Soil made up of limestone and marl.

Training system: guyot

Age of the vines: 25 years.

Harvest: End of September.

Ageing: 1 year in big French oak barrels, then aged in bottle at least 6 months.

Tasting notes: Dark ruby-red colour with violet hints. Intense scents of black fruits, such as plum and black cherry, with light notes of vanilla and cloves. On the palate full bodied with a harmonious light tannin. Long finish and clean with a good freshness.

Pairings: Perfect with meat and medium aged cheese.

Temperatura ideale di servizo: 15° – 18°

Langhe DOC Arneis

Name: Langhe DOC Arneis

Grape variety: Arneis 100%

Altitude: 300 m a.s.l.

Exposure: North-West

Production area: Comune of Govone. Sandy soil.

Training system: Guyot

Age of the vines: 35 years.

Harvest: End of August – beginning of September.

Aging: At least 6 months in bottle before selling.

Tasting notes: Intense lemon colour. At nose it has yellow fruity aromas with apricot, pear notes, acacia blossom and tropical fruit. On the palate it has a soft texture with a savoury and mineral finish, which is a characteristic of this sandy soil.

Pairings: Perfect as aperitif, ideal with cold dishes.

Serving temperature: 8° – 10°

Langhe DOC Rosato

Name: Langhe DOC Rosato

Grape variety: Nebbiolo 100%

Altitude: 300 m asl

Exposure: North-Est

Production area: Comune of Treiso. Soil made up of limestone and marl.

Training system: Guyot

Age of the vines: 25 years.

Harvest: First decade of September.

At least 6 months in bottle before selling.

Tasting notes: Pale rosé colour with orange hints. Fruity bouquet, intense and fresh. Dry and full bodied on the palate, with a pleasant and balanced finish.

Pairings: Perfect as aperitif. Ideal with cold starters, pasta and white meat.

Serving temperature: 8° – 10°

Moscato d’Asti

Name: Moscato d’Asti DOCG

Grape variety: Moscato 100%

Altitude: 300 m a.s.l.

Exposure: West

Production area: Comune of Treiso. Soil made up of limestone and marl.

Training system: Guyot

Age of the vines: 30 years.

Harvest: End of August.

Tasting notes: Shiny yellow lemon colour, with a good and persistent perlage. A rich symphony of aromas that is never sickening and characterizes the Moscato grape variety: orange and peach blossom. An elegant and fresh wine.

Pairings: Moscato d’Asti is perfect served with dessert or as aperitif.

Serving temperature: 8° – 10°