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Wines

Piemonte Barbera D.O.C.

Production Area: Piedmont, Asti district, Mongardino Grape

Variety: 100% Barbera

Alcohol: 13% vol

Colour: deep ruby red

Perfume: characteristic scent of wine, delicately flavoured Flavour: dry, full-bodied, warm

Serving temperature: 16°-18° C

Food pairing: you can really enjoy it during the whole meal, though preferably with robust starters, stuffed pasta with a lot of sauce, risotti (also cooked with Barbera), red and white meat, fat and mature cheese.

Grape variety: Barbera is the main Piedmontese vine and it’s suitable to hilly lands. Good exposures and careful plant cares (prunings, cluster thinnings, harvesting choices) are beneficial. The grape harvest takes place between the end of September and the first decade of October.

Barbera d'Asti Superiore Colli Astiani D.O.C.G

Production Area: Piedmont, Asti district, Mongardino Grape Variety: 100% Barbera

Maximum production: 49 hectoliters per hectare

Alcohol: 14% vol

Colour: ruby red, with shades of pomegranates through ageing

Flavour: dry, full-bodied, warm; the barrel ageing conveys harmony and structure complexity.

Serving temperature: 16°-18° C

Food pairing: like all Prasso’s Barbera wines you can really enjoy it during the whole meal, though preferably with robust starters, stuffed pasta with a lot of sauce, risotti (cooked with Barbera), red and white meat, fat and mature cheese.

Vine stock: Barbera is the main Piedmontese vine and it’s suitable to hilly lands. Good exposures and careful plant cares (prunings, cluster thinnings, harvesting choices) are beneficial. The grape harvest takes place between the end of September and the first decade of October. In the best vintages you can produce wines of great elegance, enjoyable even after 10 years of ageing. The denomination “Superiore Colli Astiani” implies that the Barbera is aged 24 months, including at least six months in wood, and that alcohol content is at least 12,5% vol.

Barbera d'Asti Superiore D.O.C.G

Production Area: Piedmont, Asti district, Mongardino

Grape Variety: 100% Barbera

Maximum production: 60 hectoliters per hectare

Alcohol: 13,5% vol

Colour: ruby red, with shades of pomegranates through ageing

Perfume: deep characteristic scent of wine, its bouquet becomes fruity through ageing

Flavour: dry, full-bodied, warm; the barrel ageing conveys harmony and structure complexity.

Serving temperature: 16°-18° C

Food pairing: you can really enjoy this Barbera wine by Prasso during the whole meal, though preferably with robust starters, stuffed pasta with a lot of sauce, risotti (cooked with Barbera), red and white meat, fat and mature cheese.

Grape variety: Barbera is the main Piedmontese vine and it’s suitable to hilly lands. Good exposures and careful plant cares (prunings, cluster thinnings, harvesting choices) are beneficial. The grape harvest takes place between the end of September and the first decade of October. In the best vintages you can produce wines of great elegance, enjoyable even after 10 years of ageing. The denomination “Superiore” implies that the Barbera is aged one year, including at least six months in wood, and that alcohol content is at least 12,5% vol.

pIemonte Bonarda D.o.c.

Production Area: Piedmont, Asti district, Mongardino

Grape Variety: 100% Bonarda

Alcohol: 12,5 % vol

Colour: deep ruby red

Perfume: intense, pleasantly fruity, with hints of marasca cherry and almond

Flavour: dry, offering good persistence

Serving temperature: 16°-18° C
Food pairing: you can enjoy this wine by Prasso during the whole meal, and it goes well with salami, pasta with ragu’ sauce, roasted, braised or stewed red meat

Vine stock: Bonarda dates back to 1192, as legends say. This grape variety is common in Piedmont and in Oltrepò Pavese: in both areas you can produce wines connected to the different traditions of those areas. The grape harvest takes place between the end of September and the first decade of October.

If you buy Prasso wines, you’ll have a direct and familiar contact with the producer and you’ll be assured of his constant control over wine production, starting from the vineyards and the grapes, through cellar processes, up to your table.

Grignolino d'Asti D.O.C.

Production Area: Piedmont, Asti district, Mongardino

Maximum production: 52 hectoliters per hectare

Alcohol: 12/12,5 % vol

Colour: light ruby red, turning to orange through ageing

Perfume: delicate, persistent, with fruity and flowery hints

Flavour: nicely tannic, dry, with a pleasant bitterish aftertaste

Serving temperature: 16°-18° C, in summer you can even enjoy it chilled

Food pairing: this Grignolino wine by Prasso can be matched with starters, pasta with a little sauce, soups, second white meat courses , for instance poultry, soft cheese and fish.

Vine stock: it’s mainly grown in the districts of Alessandria and Asti. The grape harvest takes place around mid-September. Grignolino wine is to be preferably consumed in its youth, three years old at the latest.

Monferrato Rosso D.O.C

Production Area: Piedmont, Asti district, Mongardino

Grape Variety: 100% Nebbiolo

Maximum production: 60 hectoliters per hectare

Alcohol: 13,5/14 % vol

Colour: ruby red, turning to orange through ageing

Perfume: characteristic scent of wine, delicately flavoured

Taste/Flavour: delicate, elegant, with scents of violet, becoming finer through ageing

Serving temperature: 16°-18° C

Food pairing: you can enjoy this wine by Prasso during the whole meal, particularly with second red meat courses and mature cheese.

Vine stock: It’s grown mainly in the districts of Asti and Cuneo. The grape harvest takes place in the first decade of October. It’s a classic example of wine for ageing.

Piemonte Chardonnay D.O.C

Production Area: Piedmont, Asti district, Mongardino

Grape Variety: 100% Chardonnay
Maximum production: 60 hectoliters per hectare

Alcohol: 12,5/13% vol

Colour: straw yellow

Perfume: delicate characteristic scent, pleasant and fruity Flavour: fresh, smooth, dry

Serving temperature: 10°-12° C

Food pairing: a Prasso wine to be enjoyed as an aperitif, during a meal, especially with starters, and then with vegetables and fish dishes

Vine stock: Chardonnay is a grape variety suitable for hilly areas you can find in the Astesan area. The grape harvest takes place between the end of August and the beginning of September. Chardonnay wine is to be preferably consumed in its youth, three years old at the latest.

Monferrato Dolcetto D.o.c.

Production Area: Piedmont, Asti district, Mongardino

Grape Variety: 100% Dolcetto
Alcohol: 12,5 % vol

Colour: bright ruby red, with a characteristic so-called “purple edge”

Perfume: pleasant and characteristic scent of wine

Flavour: dry, velvety, pleasant, modestly bitter

Serving temperature: 16°-18° C

Food pairing: it is considered a wine you can enjoy during the whole meal, and you can also sip it with salami starters, pasta dishes, roasted white and red meat

Vine stock: Dolcetto is an important grape variety for Piedmontese winegrowing: in fact it was already mentioned at the end of the 18.th century in enology texts. Well-known in France and Switzerland, it was vinified in order to result dry but sweet at the same time. The grape harvest takes place around mid-September.

Every Saturdays Piero Prasso welcomes you into his cellar where you can also taste his wines.

BULK WINE

At Piero Prasso’s Winery you have the opportunity to get bulk wine in Bag in Box
or Demijohns even at home with deliveries in Piedmont and Lombardy.

BAG IN BOX

You can buy Piero Prasso’s wines in a 10 Liter Bag in Box containing Prasso red or white Piedmontese wines – or in a 5 Liter Bag in Box on request.

What’s the Bag in Box made of?
The Bag in Box is made of a poly laminated plastic material. Thanks to its heat-sealed dispensing tap, the liquid spills out without letting the air in.

What are the advantages?

The bag is filled with wine with no air inside so that, when you empty it, you let the liquid out without oxygen entering: this is possible thanks to its specific tap and the flexibility of the bag material.
In this way you avoid oxidation and all the problems happening when wine remains in open bottles.
So nowadays the Bag in Box can be considered the best container on the market to use for everyday wines, as it keeps wine ready-to-use, even for occasional consumption.

DEMIJOHNS

At Piero Prasso’s Winery you can also buy wines in 54 Liter or 34 Liter demi-johns, delivered home in Piedmont and Lombardy

Prasso’s Customers Opinions

Fast and timely delivery.
I don’t need to worry anymore about buying wines, as Piero delivers them home, directly from his cellar.

- Elisabeth Taylor

I couldn’t believe how convenient home deliveries of wines can be. Over the last year I got wine delivered from Piero so I’m not worrying about it any more.

- Tony Dapton

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