Casina Bric 460, Mesdi Rosso


Mesdi Rosso is 100% Nebbiolo handpicked during the first week of September. Fermentation takes place in stainless steel and cement tanks. Part of the wine spends time aging in large wooden casks for 6 to 8 months before allowing the wine to rest in cement tanks for another 8 to 12 months.
A light ruby colour in the glass with orange tints. Aromas of rose petals and sweet spices with notes of dark chocolate. On the palate, fresh and fruity with medium tannins and balanced acidity. Excellent with roasted butternut squash, wild mushroom risotto or Gorgonzola cheese.

CASINA BRIC, Serralunga d’Alba New!

Casina Bric, which in Piemontese dialect means ‘Hilltop Farm’ is located at the highest
altitude in the village of Barolo at 460 meters above sea level.
Gianluca Viberti is a sensitive and passionate winemaker and oenologist. He founded Casina Bric in 2010 after more than 20 years tending family vineyards and gave life to a project that has always been close to his heart, to create a place that respects nature in every aspect, affecting it as little as possible.

The result means Gianluca has reintroduced ancient customs and methods, such as the use of cement barrels for the vinification of Nebbiolo. He also makes ample use of long
maceration of up to 40 days