Coppo Camp du Rouss Barbera d'Asti

Barbera d’Asti DOCG, Piemonte

Literally campo del rosso, or “the redhead’s field” (in Piedmontese, “camp” means vineyard and “du rouss” means red hair), this wine takes its name from the vineyard’s very first owner: a red-headed man who was so burly he frightened the children.

Tasting Notes

  • COLOR: dark ruby red
  • NOSE: intense spice and ripe red fruits aromas
  • TASTE: notes of leather and herbs, a hint of smoke; bright and luscious with soft tannins; fine, well structured and long-lasting

PAIRINGS: pasta with beans, risotto with porcini mushrooms, chicken chasseur

  • APPELLATION: Barbera d’Asti d.o.c.g.
  • FIRST VINTAGE PRODUCED: 1985
  • GRAPE VARIETY: Barbera
  • PRODUCTION AREA: south of Asti
  • EXPOSURE: south - southwest
  • SOIL COMPOSITION: calcareous clay marl with prevalence of silt
  • VINEYARD ALTITUDE: 650-820 ft a.s.l.
  • TRAINING SYSTEM: Guyot
  • VINEYARD DENSITY: 4,000 - 5,000 plants per hectare
  • HARVESTING PERIOD: September 2015
  • HARVEST: selection in vineyards of the healthiest, ripest grapes hand collected in 40 lb picking baskets
  • VINIFICATION SYSTEM: maceration with skin contact with short and soft pumping over the skin cap
  • MALOLACTIC: totally carried out
  • AGING: 12 months in French oak barrels
  • ALCOHOL: 14.18 % vol
  • TOTAL ACIDITY: 6.04 g/l
  • pH: 3.46

The vineyard manager, and original caretaker for these vines on behalf of the Coppo family, had a very pronounced head of red hair, or in Piedmontese, “camp du rouss”. Camp du Rouss is a 100% Barbera d’Asti grown in selected hillside vineyards and harvested in September. After fermentation, 20% of the wine is aged in new barriques for a period of 12 months.

Tasting Notes

  • NOSE: textbook Barbera aromas of crushed cherry and wild berry jam, with intense spice notes
  • TASTE: notes of leather and herbs, a hint of smoke. Bright and luscious with soft tannins. Fine, well-structured, and long-lasting.

Bruschetta, cured meats and cheeses, roast beef or a variety of grilled proteins with rich wine sauces.

  • GRAPE VARIETY: 100% Barbera
  • PRODUCTION AREA: Canelli and local villages
  • HARVESTING PERIOD: September 2014
  • HARVEST: hand selected in vineyards with the healthiest, ripest grapes and placed in 40 lb crates
  • AGING: 12 months in 225L barriques, before 12 months of bottle aging

The vineyard manager, and original caretaker for these vines on behalf of the Coppo family, had a very pronounced head of red hair, or in Piedmontese, “camp du rouss”. Camp du Rouss is a 100% Barbera d’Asti grown in selected hillside vineyards and harvested in September. After fermentation, 20% of the wine is aged in new barriques for a period of 12 months.

Tasting Notes

  • NOSE: textbook Barbera aromas of crushed cherry and wild berry jam, with intense spice notes
  • TASTE: notes of leather and herbs, a hint of smoke. Bright and luscious with soft tannins. Fine, well-structured, and long-lasting.

Bruschetta, cured meats and cheeses, roast beef or a variety of grilled proteins with rich wine sauces

  • GRAPE VARIETY: 100% Barbera
  • PRODUCTION AREA: Canelli and local villages
  • HARVESTING PERIOD: September 2013
  • HARVEST: hand selected in vineyards with the healthiest, ripest grapes and placed in 40 lb crates
  • AGING: 12 months in 225L barriques, before 12 months of bottle aging

TRADE & MEDIA ASSETS /////////////////

2013 Coppo Camp du Rouss Bottle

2013 Coppo Camp du Rouss Label

2013 Coppo Camp du Rouss Tasting Notes

2014 Coppo Camp du Rouss Bottle

2014 Coppo Camp du Rouss Label

2014 Coppo Camp du Rouss Tasting Notes

2015 Coppo Camp du Rouss Bottle

2015 Coppo Camp du Rouss Label

2015 Coppo Camp du Rouss Tasting Notes

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Coppo Photography – Barbera grape clusters

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Coppo Photography – Historic Barbera bottle photo

Coppo Photography – Historic winery photo

Coppo Photography – Luigi Coppo

Coppo Photography – Piero Coppo, in the 1930s

Coppo Photography – Underground cellars

Coppo Photography – Underground cellars – Pomorosso

Coppo Photography – Underground cellars – Spumanti

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