First label in 1981

Characteristics of the vineyard
Variety: 100 % barbera
Planted in: 1950
Surface: 1,8 hectares
Density of vines per hectare: 6000
Growing system: Guyot
Pruning method: 1 shoot with 8 buds
Height: 230-250 meters
Exposure: south, south-east, south-west
Composition of the soil: limestone with small clayish layers

The work in the cellar

Fermentation with the skins: 12-15 days
Method of fermentation: traditional technique of submerged cap
Refinement in wooden barrels: 2 years in French oak barrels with a capacity of 500-700 litres
Refinement in the bottle: 2 years
More (“Blackberries”) reaches its climax 4 years after the harvest and maintains its balance, taste and rich bouquet for at least 10 years, according to the vintage
Medium production: 11500 bottles.

What wine guides say

vigneto-crus-barbera2007:  Intense and concentrated flavour of soaked black berries, flowers and undergrowth. A wine to chew, vibrant acidity, very persistent and tasty finish. (Duemilavini)
2006: Soaked red currants, violets, vegetal flavours. Refreshing, smooth, fruity and harmonious. A refined pleasure. (Duemilavini)
2005: Complex, with scent of musk, soaked leaves, black cherries, pepper, withered roses. Balanced, strong and very drinkable. Dynamic freshness. (Duemilavini)
2004: Intense ruby red. Plum jam. Fresh, soft and warm. (Duemilavini)
2003: Ruby-violet. Intense and abundant olfactory profile with fresh cherries, sweet tobacco and violets. On the palate the wine is soft, warm and well-balanced with the enjoyable acid component. Long and persistent aftertaste with tannic notes. (Duemilavini)
2001: Dark ruby red. Extremely enjoyable, intense fruit, strawberry and raspberry perfectly amalgamated with slightly spicy and balsamic notes. Supple and warm on the palate, very nice acidity, pleasant balance and complex taste. Persistent and very convincing finish. (Duemilavini)
2000: Very interesting wine. Intense fruity notes, supple and full-bodied, long and rich finish. (Vini d’Italia del Gambero Rosso)
1999: The Vigna delle More ’99 is dark, intense ruby with garnet highlights and sports an alluring nose of ripe cherry and pepper with faint gamey undertones. On the palate, it is soft and nicely fleshy with a lingering finish. (Vini d’Italia del Gambero Rosso)
1998: An uncomplicated nose of red fruit and rosemary with a delightfully invigorating palate to follow. (Vini d’Italia del Gambero Rosso)
1997: Intense garnet red. On the nose, cherries and mulberries and also pleasant spicy notes. On the palate, the wine is supple, well-balanced, very fruity, constant with a rather long aftertaste. (Vini d’Italia del Gambero Rosso)
1996: The wine has a fresh immediacy also on the palate; it is convincing, well-balanced and has a long aftertaste. (Vini d’Italia del Gambero Rosso)
1993: On the nose, characteristic notes of red fruits and berries. On the palate, an extraordinary structure, a full-bodied wine with a long aftertaste. Great wine! (Vini d’Italia del Gambero Rosso)
1991: A remarkably rich and complex Barbera which in this vintage on the nose offers us very clean and persistent notes of red berries, especially mulberries. The taste is abundant and soft, with excellent fruit and a long finish of plum. (Vini d’Italia del Gambero Rosso)
1990: The 1990 Vigna More offers an attractive ruby color, a straightforward nose of black fruits, excellent ripeness, medium body, and crisp acidity. (Parker’s Wine Buyer’s Guide)
1989: A warm, full-bodied wine with a lively acidity which supports the great structure. Nice and clean hints of mulberries. (Vini d’Italia del Gambero Rosso)

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