Plum pulp, blackberry, cloves and nag-champa sticks please the nose; on the palate, in addition to the soft pulp of the fruit you can also taste the little seeds of the blackberry adding a layer of complexity.
Barbera comes to us from the Piedmont region of northwestern Italy. Not only is it the most planted varietal in this noble region, but it’s also one of the most beloved.
Food Pairing Notes
The enticing fruit character, medium body and palate cleansing acidity make it a natural pairing for fine foods and it is the wine of choice in quality, local “ristorantes.” A few sips and you'll be transported to one of these classic eateries. Buon appetito!
357 Cases | Estate Wine