Agricola Foppiani Le Bolle di Fognano Barbera

$38.00

2 in stock

Vintage: 2020
Region: Emilia-Romagna, Italy
Viticulture: Organic
Grape varieties: 100% Barbera

Agricola Foppiani Le Bolle di Fognano Barbera is a festive and zesty pet-nat from Emilia-Romagna. Red fruit, creamy bubbles, and a subtle umami finish.

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About Agricola Foppiani Le Bolle di Fognano Barbera

Agricola Foppiani Le Bolle di Fognano Barbera is a festive and zesty pet-nat from Emilia-Romagna. Red fruit, creamy bubbles, and a subtle umami finish.

About Agricola Foppiani

Azienda Agricola Foppiani bottled this great wine by winemaker Giulio Armani. The vineyards are near Denavolo in the hamlet of Bobbio, Emilia-Romagna, Central Italy.

About Emilia-Romagna

Emilia-Romagna is a region as famous for its wines as it is for its incredibly rich culinary tradition. Who hasn’t tried products such as Parmigiano Reggiano DOP, Prosciutto Crudo di Parma DOP, and Culatello di Zibello DOP? Who hasn’t typical dishes such as Tortellini di Modena, Lasagne alla Bolognese, or Tagliatelle? It is safe to say that Emilia-Romagna set the standards for Italian culinary excellence worldwide.

Emila-Romagna is located in the northern part of Italy and is the only Italian region with traits of coast both to the east and west. Its territory is mostly flat, dominated by Italy’s longest river, the Po river, and by Italy’s largest flatland, called Pianura Padana, the most fertile agricultural region of the peninsula.

Emilia-Romagna borders Lombardy (northwest), Veneto (north), Marche (south), Tuscany (southwest), and Liguria (west). Bologna is the region’s capital and of the Italian cities with the highest quality of life – it is also home to the oldest university in the world, founded in 1088.

In popular culture, Emilia-Romagna found new glory in recent years precisely thanks to its unmatched food culture. “Osteria Francescana”, the brainchild of “poet chef” Massimo Bottura, was voted best restaurant in the world for 2016 by the World’s 50 Best Restaurants’ jury.

Moreover, Aziz Ansari’s hit show “Master of None” is set in Modena, where Aziz (Dev) is an apprentice chef at a traditional Tortellini di Modena shop who’s on a mission to try and eat each and every local delicacy he comes across.

 

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