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'Bricco' Case Corini 2019

'Bricco' Case Corini 2019

Case Corini

"Bricco" by Case Corini is a red wine with an eclectic, overwhelming and direct personality. The grapes selected from a 1954 vineyard are destemmed and fermented by indigenous yeasts without any kind of oenological intervention during all cellar phases. Persistent on the palate with well-structured tannin and rich aromas of ripe red fruit




Red grapes


Alcohol content

15 %


75 cl Bottle


The selected grapes are destemmed, alcoholic fermentation is spontaneous, with maceration for 6-9 weeks, without clarification

Filosofia produttiva

Organic, Indigenous yeasts, Biodynamic, No added sulfites or minimum, Natural

Additional Notes

Contains sulfites


Case Corini has been tending the 'Bricco' vineyard since the year of its planting, which can be dated around 1954. Over the years, the different biotypes of the main local grape, which constituted its original population, have gradually been joined by numerous other ancient indigenous varieties and some international vines, transforming it into a de facto experimental plot for observing soil behaviour and response.

The 70-year-old vines that mature in the "Bricco" vineyard represent a heritage that Case Corini safeguards in the name of the ethical and environmental sustainability promoted by the now famous Metodo Corino. They are cultivated using the ancient, traditional "alberello" technique and partly with the more modern espalier system, while treatments are limited to the use of copper and sulphur when absolutely necessary. The parcel covers a tiny area of 0.7 hectares in the municipality of Costigliole d'Asti, on soil characterised essentially by marl and Asti sand. The land has a southwest orientation, lying at an altitude of around 250 metres above sea level. The soil is worked with light mechanisation to avoid excessive compaction, while all vine operations are carried out by hand. Harvesting is carried out at a fixed time with great sensitivity, and the grapes are picked in small crates. The bunches are destemmed, and maceration on the skins proceeds hand in hand with spontaneous fermentation, continuing in wooden barrels until the indigenous yeasts have finished their work, even for 9 weeks. There is no clarification, stabilisation, filtration or addition of sulphites.

"Bricco' of Case Corini presents a cherry red colour tinged with youthful purple hues. The aromas are intense and enveloping, presenting a fruity impact of ripe red fruits and then varying on hints of fern and undergrowth, with pungent, spicy notes on the finish. The sip is decently intriguing, composed of important structure and present tannic texture, but simultaneously of harmonious mineral richness and composed alternation between freshness and softness.


Cherry red with purple reflections


Intriguing, structured, rich, with a good tannic structure


Intense aromas of ripe red fruits, hints of undergrowth and light spicy notes