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Robert Parker Jr.'s Wine Advocate: "You get tremendous value from the Paitin 2019 Barbera d'Alba Serra, which is fruity and bright but beautifully elegant as well. Barbera is known for its rich black fruit flavors and accessible personality, so it's a real treat to taste a wine that puts so much emphasis on the smaller details offered by the grape. These include tart blueberry, white cherry, exot
Robert Parker, Jr's Wine Advocate: "The Vietti 2019 Barbera d'Asti Tre Vigne is a bright and informal red wine made from some of the same vineyard sites that provide fruit for the La Cerna. This more accessible expression shows lots of dark cherry and blackberry that just sits there, pretty in the glass. There is a soft sweetness or creaminess to the fruit that ultimately caresses the palate. Drin
Robert Parker, Jr's Wine Advocate: "The Boschis Francesco 2018 Langhe Barbera is a pretty wine. You get lots of fruit definition with red cherries and blackberries followed by bitter almond, candied orange and dried garden herb. The mouthfeel is not as exciting as the bouquet. Indeed, the finish is short, but you get pretty fruit flavors with a hint of Barbera bitterness and some dustings of whit
La Spinetta Ca' di Pian Barbera d'Asti Superiore 2018 375ml
Though the Barbera grape from Asti usually tends to be crisper and sharper (when compared to the Barbera grape from Alba), the Ca' di Pian exudes a rich concentration and relatively tame acidity, thanks to 45-year-old vines and low vineyard yields. Aromas of blueberry, wet earth and a hint of orange peel come through, and this Barbera’s full body and intensity are balanced by a silky smooth fini
It's ready to drink now, so set this Oddero Barbera d'Alba Superiore in the middle of the table and let everyone can help themselves. Start with grilled Italian meatlover's pizzas - load them up with sausage, soppresata and prosciutto, a little red sauce, torn mozzarella, garlic chunks and salt and pepper. They'll be fighting over the slices... We had fried rabbit in one of our fave places in NYC
Winery: "The extremely hot and torrid 2017 vegetative cycle was exemplary for Barbera, which loves heat and thrives in conditions that make other vines wilt. When conditions are warm, the natural acidity and freshness of Barbera is balanced out by a voluptuous fruit and forward character. Interestingly, these are vintages where Barbera ages best. The 2017 jumps out of the glass, all black stone f
Red Wine by Scarpetta from Piedmont, Italy. Bright plum red. Aromas of crushed berries and plums intermix with aromas of earth and porcini mushrooms. On the palate, the wine is medium bodied with bright acidity and low tannins, yet wonderfully balanced. The high acidity and low tannins let this wine with everything from a pizza or homemade pasta to a piece of beef or pork.
Red Wine by Silvio Grasso from Piedmont, Italy. Ruby red with purple reflections. The nose is typical and intense with notes of red berries and black cherry. Dry, soft, full-bodied, quite fresh, fruity and pleasant finish. Pairs well with pasta dishes, white meats, and cheeses.
Sottimano 2017 Barbera d'Alba Pairolero - Red Wine
Red Wine by Sottimano from Piedmont, Italy. Pairolero is a blend of two different vineyards of Barbera in Neive: Basarin and San Cristoforo. The Barbera Pairolero has a dark, inky red, with loads of red fruits, minerals and a touch of graphite on the nose with a long, rich taste in which the fruity components and the spicy notes are well balanced by a good acidity.
Vietti 2017 Barbera d'Alba Scarrone Vigna Vecchia - Red Wine
Red Wine by Vietti from Piedmont, Italy. Ruby-red color and full-bodied wine. Floral and fruity aroma of concentrated berries and tar with hints of blackberry. Refreshing acidity, rich and soft tannins, finesse, excellent balance, great complexity, integration and a long lingering finish. Pairs well with hearty stews, seasoned pasta and poultry with rich sauces, game, roasted red meats and sharp c
Red Wine by Braida from Piedmont, Italy. Intense ruby red in color with purple hues. Ample, rich and complex bouquet, with intense notes of wild berries, prunes with vanilla, licorice and cocoa. Elegant and sensual on the palate with a firm tannic structure and a lasting finish.
Red Wine by Braida from Piedmont, Italy. Violet ruby red in color, this wine offers aromas of ripe cherry and small red fruits. It is well-balanced, fragrant and pleasant to drink. A full-bodied wine with a long lasting finish. Matches perfectly with pasta-based first courses, red or white meat main courses, cheese and salami.
Red Wine by Enrico Serafino from Piedmont, Italy. Enrico Serafino Barbera d'Alba is the winery's leading red, a very versatile wine that is particularly food-friendly and can be enjoyed on a daily basis. Barbera is Piedmont's most popular red grape variety, grown in and among other vineyards throughout the region. Enrico Serafino's vineyards are located inside Roero DOCG, a famous denomination for
Red Wine by Guido Berta from Piedmont, Italy. Bright on the nose, with plenty of floral and ripe strawberry aromas. The fresh and focused palate features notes of juicy fruit and summer berries with clean acidity and a subtle herbal finish.
La Spinetta 2016 Barbera d'Asti Ca Di Pian - Red Wine
Red Wine by La Spinetta from Piedmont, Italy. Ruby red in color with purple reflections, this wine offers aromas of blueberry, wet earth and a hint of orange peel. On the palate, it is full-bodied with bright acidity and lots of intensity, but also balanced and silky - an ultra-fine Barbera that combines richness with finesse. Goes well with all kinds of appetizers, pasta dishes and soft cheeses.