Barbera

One of the widespread Italian varieties found north and south, but perhaps best in Piemonte. High acidity works well with typical Italian fare, you can easily pick up the sour-cherry notes, an easy softness and good concentration in the mouth – it’s a satisfying and versatile glass of wine when coming from a good maker. Has travelled to Australia, Argentina and the USA with good results.

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  1. Barbera d'Alba, Renato Fenocchio
    Barbera d'Alba DOC, Elena, Renato Fenocchio 2013
    Barbera 14.0% Vol
    Italy > Piedmont & NW Italy
    Smoky and concentrated with soft ripe tannins and a juicy finish, this Barbera has a silky texture,...
    £17.95 per bottle

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