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Barbero's Barbera d'Alba Superiore

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Winery Barberos
Grape Barbera
Year 2008
Country Italy
Appellation Barbera d'Alba

$32.00 per bottle

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Piedmont’s glorious Barolos and Barbarescos are splurge-worthy. But for everyday drinking, try Barbera, the region’s go-to red.
What You Need To Know
For a taste of Piedmont’s incredible wines, you can spend a ton of money on a great Barolo, and then wait a decade or two before it’s mellow enough to drink. Or you can do as the Piemontesi do and crack open a bottle of Barbera tonight. Its supple berry flavors and bright acidity make Barbera incredibly food-friendly, and when aged in oak, as with this example from the Barbero family, it’s bold enough to stand up to hearty chops and roasts. Grape-growers for generations, the Barberos began vinifying their own wines in the 1950s. This bottling comes from vineyards in Alba, a prestigious subzone known for top Barbera.
Smell It
Smell It
There’s a light violet edge to the fresh berry scents.
Taste It
Taste It
Briary, energetic berry flavors, velvety tannins and a light spice note.
Serve It
Serve It
Cellar temperature— the bottle should be cool to the touch.
Pair It
Pair It
Super-versatile: Try with sausages, earthy pasta dishes and grilled, braised or stewed red or white meats.