2018 PIEMONTE DOC ROSATO    Varieties : Barbera (65%) & Dolcetto (35%)   Soil:  calcareous-sandy  Harvest:  mid-September  Yield:  90 hl/ha  Vinification:  fermented in Inox; stabilized in Inox   Bottled:  January 2019  Alcohol:  12%   Technical Sheet  • Shelf Talker •  Bottle Shot

2018 PIEMONTE DOC ROSATO

Varieties: Barbera (65%) & Dolcetto (35%)
Soil: calcareous-sandy
Harvest: mid-September
Yield: 90 hl/ha
Vinification: fermented in Inox; stabilized in Inox
Bottled: January 2019
Alcohol: 12%

Technical Sheet • Shelf Talker • Bottle Shot

2018 MONFERRATO DOC BIANCO    Varieties : Cortese (80%), Chardonnay (15%)  & Sauvignon Blanc (5%)   Soil:  sandy  Harvest:  late August to early September  Yield:  77 hl/ha  Vinification:  fermented in Inox; stabilized in Inox  Bottled:  January 2019  Alcohol:  12%   Technical Sheet  • Shelf Talker •  Bottle Shot

2018 MONFERRATO DOC BIANCO

Varieties: Cortese (80%), Chardonnay (15%)
& Sauvignon Blanc (5%)
Soil: sandy
Harvest: late August to early September
Yield: 77 hl/ha
Vinification: fermented in Inox; stabilized in Inox
Bottled: January 2019
Alcohol: 12%

Technical Sheet • Shelf Talker • Bottle Shot

2018 BARBERA DEL MONFERRATO DOC    Varieties : Barbera (100%)  Soil:  calcareous-clay  Harvest:  late September to early October  Yield:  70 hl/ha  Vinification:  fermented in concrete; stabilized in Inox  Bottled:  January 2019  Alcohol:  12.5%   Technical Sheet  • Shelf Talker •  Bottle Shot

2018 BARBERA DEL MONFERRATO DOC

Varieties: Barbera (100%)
Soil: calcareous-clay
Harvest: late September to early October
Yield: 70 hl/ha
Vinification: fermented in concrete; stabilized in Inox Bottled: January 2019
Alcohol: 12.5%

Technical Sheet • Shelf Talker • Bottle Shot

 

The Story

With a singular concentration on the Piedmont region of Italy, The Piedmont Guy has championed a select group of passionate winemaking families for nearly a decade. Now we add Ercole, a project aimed at honoring the work of the unsung heroes of Italy — the grape growers themselves.

Ercole, whose English translation is Hercules, is only made possible by a generations-old cooperative of local growers in the Monferrato area. Every fall, these men and women cultivate bright and balanced fruit, allowing us to make real wines that are transmitters of time and place.

The place, Monferrato, ranks among the most historic grape-growing areas of Piedmont. For that reason, we work primarily with Monferrato’s indigenous grape varieties. The fruit from this overlooked area gives us Ercole, a family of wines offering remarkable value. Enjoy these one-liter, screw-top bottlings unconditionally. Salute!