Barbabolla | Marcobarba

Trebbiano and Gargenega are unfairly maligned white varieties that, in the hands of good winemakers, can produce delicious, distinctive wines. Case in point is the Barbabolla, a zippy, frothy and citrusy fizz that demands a second glass.

Region:

Veneto

Appellation:

Vino d'Italia

Variety / Blend:

Trebbiano: Riesling: Moscatel: Glera: Gargenega:

Climate:

Warm and continental

Soils:

Volcanic and rocky soils

Farming:

Biodynamic

Altitude:

Fermentation:

Primary fermentation in concrete tanks, secondary fermentation in bottle

Ageing:

None

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