Beni di Batasiolo is an Italian winery in the northwestern region of Piedmont, best known for its range of Barolo wines. Batasiolo was formed by the Dogliani brothers in 1978 out of their purchase of the Kiola winery, which had been established in the 1950s.
This producer makes many wines including those from grapes Grappa, Malvasia Nera, Nebbiolo, Chardonnay – Pinot Noir, Rare White Blend, Chardonnay – Sauvignon Blanc, Muscat, Chardonnay, Champagne Blend, Barbera – Dolcetto – Nebbiolo, Dolcetto, Muscat Blanc a Petits Grains, Rare Red Blend, Fruit and Spiced Wine, Brachetto, Arneis, and Cortese.
This particular wine is made from barbera grape variety and destemmed and fermented in steel vats for about 10-12 days. Then 60-70% of the whole mass is aged in French oak casks while the rest in stainless steel vats for the same time.
This red garnet, crystal clear and transparent wine open with aromas of scorched earth, leafy underbrush, mature blackberry and a whiff of espresso. The straightforward palate offers ripe black cherry, toast, anise and a hint of mint alongside fine-grained tannins.
For the pairing, you can choose appetizers, pasta and risotto, main courses of red and white meats, ripe cheeses. Its high acidity makes it perfect with particularly rich and tasty dishes.