Barbaresco Camerenda | Cascina Carlot Claudio Mo

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Rosso
Piemonte ( IT )
Barbaresco DOCG
Nebbiolo 100%
Enjoy it even beyond 10 years.
13,5% vol.

Production and refinement

Pure Nebbiolo, hand-harvested with cluster selection in the vineyard.

Maceration and fermentation for 10-15 days in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperature. Aging for 2 months in steel, 24 months in barriques, and 8 in bottle. No filtration.

Organoleptic analysis

Visual exam

Garnet red with orange reflections.

Olfactory examination

On the nose, it expresses characteristic aromas: berries, jasmine, violet, and spices.

Taste test

On the palate, it is dry, full-bodied, and delicate, with velvety tannins.

Contents index

From the vineyard to the table: discover our wine

Ready for a journey to discover Barbaresco Camerenda | Cascina Carlot Claudio Mo ? We will now take you to delve deeper into every aspect of this exceptional wine through three key sections:

Cellar

Come and learn about the history and values ​​of the winery which passionately grows and transforms grapes into wine

Territory

Immerse yourself in the land that gives life to these unique grapes, discovering the climate and terroir that influence its character

Pairings

Get expert advice on the perfect pairings that will enhance both the wine and your meal

The cellar

Country: Italy

Region: Peidmont, Asti

Hectares of vineyards: 10

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Immersed in one of Italy's most fascinating wine landscapes, among Langa, Monferrato, and Roero, Claudio Mo produces his wines with an approach that reflects natural rhythms and principles of biodiversity. His mission is to create authentic and sincere wines that convey the soul of the territory and respect the winemaking tradition of the region.

At the heart of his company's philosophy are three fundamental pillars: respect for tradition, sustainability, and innovation. The winery firmly believes in the importance of preserving the ancient winemaking practices handed down through generations, merging this heritage with modern and sustainable approaches. Agronomic practices are organic.

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To pursue sustainability, Claudio has initiated a process of modernizing the company with the aim of making it energy self-sufficient. He has implemented innovative technologies and invested in renewable energies, thus reducing the environmental impact of his production. In the vineyard, he practices integrated pest management with controlled environmental impact.

With just ten hectares of vineyards, Claudio Mo cultivates his vines with care and dedication, respecting natural cycles and promoting biodiversity. Every sip of his wines is an invitation to explore and appreciate the beauty and authenticity of the Piedmontese territory.

Region and territory

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Great wines that express the perfection of a terroir

Piedmont

Great wines that express the perfection of a terroir

Piedmont

Great wines that express the perfection of a terroir

Piedmont

In Piedmont, the first traces of viticulture date back to pre-Roman times (precisely to the Bronze Age, around 1500 B.C.), and although today the peak of quality is found in the region's great red wines, Piedmont also produces excellent white wines and sparkling wines.

The role of Piedmont has been fundamental for the development of modern Italian winemaking. It is here that the first examples of zoning of wine-growing areas were recorded, introducing concepts such as terroir and cru to Italian wines. Thanks to zoning, if a wine is produced exclusively from grapes coming from a single vineyard or parcel, the geographical indication appears on the label, increasing its prestige.

In addition to the geographical delineations indicated on the map, Piedmont is divided into 8 zones that group the 16 DOCG and 42 regional DOCs. Among these, we remember in the north the famous Gattinara DOCG and Ghemme DOCG, near Turin the Erbaluce di Caluso DOCG, in Monferrato the Barbera del Monferrato Superiore DOCG, Brachetto d’Acqui DOCG, Dogliani DOCG, Ovada DOCG, Gavi DOCG, and Ruchè di Castagnole Monferrato DOCG, ending with Roero DOCG to the left of the Tanaro river and, in the Langhe region, with the famous Barolo DOCG, Barbaresco DOCG, and Dogliani DOCG.

In Piedmont, the revolution in the world of wine began, bringing Italy back to the forefront of high-quality production. Here, with few exceptions, single-varietal wines are produced, which best express the characteristics of the terroir and magnificently exalt the Piedmontese territory.

Langhe

Langhe, a unique territory for Italian wine production. The presence of valleys and hills at different altitudes, along with different exposures and winds, creates an incredible variety of microclimates. These conditions allow the grapes to express themselves in various ways. The Dogliani area has the coolest climate, being close to the Alps and characterized by narrow and high hill ridges facing the cold plains of Cuneo. The Barolo area has intermediate temperatures, being located in a particular area protected from winds but influenced both by Alpine currents and by warm and humid air rising from the Tanaro valley.

The three hill ridges that make up the area determine a diversity of landscapes and, consequently, microclimates. The Barbaresco area is more homogeneous, with milder temperatures and less abundant rainfall. The landscape characterized by narrow valleys generates greater windiness compared to the two previous areas.

The soils vary: calcareous-marly, clayey, sandy, and gravelly. The main grape varieties cultivated are Nebbiolo, Barbera, Dolcetto, Arneis, Freisa, and Favorita, and then there are international varieties such as Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Sauvignon Blanc.

The Langhe, renowned Italian wine territory, boast a variety of unique microclimates and landscapes, from Dogliani to Barolo and Barbaresco, which influence the production of complex and distinctive wines thanks to the different soils and exposures.

Recommended pairings and dishes

Matching by concordance

An intense and structured red, which in pairing should be accompanied by equally full-bodied and persistent dishes.

Matching by contrast

The assertive tannin of this Barbaresco contrasts with dishes characterized by a certain richness and richness.

Pairs well with

Roasts, game, aged cheeses, seasoned first courses - as in the most typical Piedmontese tradition - with truffles or mushrooms. It should be opened at least an hour before consumption.

Matching by concordance

An intense and structured red, which in pairing should be accompanied by equally full-bodied and persistent dishes.

Matching by contrast

The assertive tannin of this Barbaresco contrasts with dishes characterized by a certain richness and richness.

Pairs well with

Roasts, game, aged cheeses, seasoned first courses - as in the most typical Piedmontese tradition - with truffles or mushrooms. It should be opened at least an hour before consumption.

Venison Stew

Venison stew is a meat with a strong and wild flavor, with a slightly sweet aftertaste, which pairs well with a powerful and structured wine.

Bollito Misto

The typical Sunday dish in the oldest Italian traditions, rich in aromas, flavorful, and characterized by excellent richness.

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