• Brewery: Baladin Indipendente Italian Farm Brewery
  • Country: Italy
  • Style: Barley Wine
  • ABV: 12%
  • Volume: 500ml

Terre 2010 has a deep brown color with amber hues, it is bright and flat. Malty notes of caramel and fruit in brandy invade the nose, along with the typical scents of great Barley wines. The taste is characterized by distinctive woody notes, which fade out in the hints of sultanas in brandy and the smooth touches of malt and chocolate. A slight astringency accompanies the warm and enveloping body.

In 2010, Teo consolidates a project he had cherished for a long time and had its roots in his family history. Always a rebel against the wine-making tradition of his lands, he managed to open the first local brewery in 1986. But for many years, he still had one regret: he could not convince his father - a small wine-maker, like many local farmers - to try his beers. Finally, in the new cellar devoted to the cask-aging of beers (aka former family chicken coop, and former brewery), with his father present, Teo proudly presented the results of the Terre and Lune project: two beers aged in wooden barrels that had previously hosted, respectively, great red and white wines. The event was celebrated with a toast, raising a glass of beer with dad Enrico.