Carlin de Paolo

Frazione Gorzano, 238/A, 14015 San Damiano D'Asti
Italy
Telephone +39 0141 983833
Fax +39 0141 983833
info@carlindepaolo.com

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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.09  Italy
  • 01.01.09.13  Piemont

Our products

Product category: Piemont

PIEMONTE D.O.C. BARBERA “MACARÒ”- SPARKLING WINE

Producer: CARLINdePAOLO

Production zone: Piedmont, Monferrato, Alfieri Hills, Asti, San Damiano d’Asti

Climate: mediterranean, characterized by harsh winters with temperatures reaching -15°C, and hot and humid summers with temperatures reaching 35°C

Soil: clayey and calcareous

Altitude: 180– over 340 meters above sea level

Training system: traditional Piedmontese guyot with an average vine density of 5000 vine stocks per hectare

Grape variety: 100% Barbera

Production yield per hectare: 95 quintals

Average age of the vines: 20 – 30  years

Vinification: Fermentation – maceration on the skins for 10 days and second fermentation in stainless steel tank

Colour: violet ruby red

Perlage: lively foam, slightly sparkling and persistent

Aroma: fragrant with lots of red fruit

Taste: lively and fresh, round and well balanced on the palate

Alcohol: 13 %

Total acidity: < 6 gr./l

Sugar residue: < 6 gr./l

Dry extract: 29 gr./l

Food matching: cold cuts, pasta in general. Perfect with boiled meats, mixed grills and roasts

Serving temperature: Serve at 8-12 ° C in spring and summer, 18 ° C in autumn winter

Packaging: 12 bottles per box

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About us

Company details

Franco, Giusy, Giancarlo, Davide, Lorenzo, Paolo, Cinzia, Ornella, Mario, Francesca, Carlotta, Simone, Chiara, Serena.

We are a family winery, already in its fourth generation and we have always and exclusively produced and sold wines.

Our grandfather Carlin, son of our great-grandfather Paolo, was an indefatigable worker, bent from the hard work carried out in the vineyards for many years. However he was always joyful, with his fist clenched as a sign of determination and always striding forward. The work of the soil, the love for the family, a life full of sacrifices, his trousers patched, and an open heart.

The best ingredient of a wine is the honesty of the producer.

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