A symbol, perhaps a mandala, an ancient “P”, or maybe a sun, silkscreen-printed and fired onto the glass so as to remain there indelibly as a memento of this wine over time. A sign, a symbol both of ancestral memories and of completely modern graphic art. The name recalls some celebrated, ancient wines obtained from overripe or slightly sun-dried grapes.
The tradition of Barbera obtained from raisin grapes is of ancient origin in the Asti area, and it was carried out exclusively with the very best grape clusters.
Cascina Castle’t has made this wine its flagship, both because it is obtained exclusively from the area’s prince of vines, and because the oldest traditions allow for extremely modern interpretations and can be brought back to life by remembering that even the poor peasant tradition of bygone days had its elite product.