Of ancient origin, the first documents that bear witness to go back to the eighteenth century. In fact, one of the first traces of Barbera is found in a paper of the seventeenth century, preserved in the town of Nizza Monferrato. Officially joined the list of wines from Piedmont in 1798, when the Count of Turin Nuvolone Agricultural Society shall make its first Ampelografia. It spreads rapidly in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Today it is considered the leading red grape variety in Piedmont. La Barbera, as it is traditionally called by the peasants of Piedmont, Barbera or, as we find many books on winemaking, wine is a rough character and shy, sincere and strong. Wine by the powerful impact of acid, needed several years of aging, even five or six, to "get suitable as wine roast", as he expressed at the end of the last century the famous winemaker Strucchi. Celebrated by poets of value, such as Carducci and Pascoli, Barbera now able to take less rustic connotations since the early years of life through a careful aging in small woods rovere.E 'certainly one of the great red grapes of 'Italy and now fortunately thanks to the efforts of many manufacturers is also part of the consumer having a bit' skeptical before the respect it deserves. The nature of the Langhe Barbera is that of a big red wine of great structure aged in oak with excellent opportunities of aging.