Castello di Cigognola stands among the hills
of the Oltrepò Pavese, embraced by Piedmont and Emilia, in what was known until
the Unification of Italy, as “Old Piedmont”.
This is a unique Barbera: the producers gently press the grape, and then
immediately remove the skin so there is no contact with the freshly pressed
juice. This process produces a beautiful, delicate white wine, more commonly
known as Barbera Bianco. It has aromas of green apple and fresh white flowers.
On the palate, it is balanced and enveloping with a spicy hint, pleasant and
interesting. Pair with a fresh summer salad and delicately spiced white meats.