Red Wine by Gagliasso from Piedmont, Italy. This Barbera offers ripe dark fruit, spice and earthy sensations, as well as hints of black pepper and anisette.
Red Wine by Matteo Correggia from Piedmont, Italy. Correggia's Solo is fresh and youthful, a quality enhanced by vinification and aging all in stainless steel. It's the perfect crossover wine for Pinot Noir lovers looking for something with a little more under the hood. Aromas of dark cherry and raspberry fill the nose; on the pallet it is juicy and vibrant with a persistent finish. Blend: 45% Nebbiolo, 45% Barbera, 10% Brachetto
Red Wine by Seam from Sierra Foothills, California. In 2013 we did 4 picks based on flavors and perceived ripeness not based on brix or any other lab results. Barbera as a grape has incredibly high natural acidity. It is my belief that it can be picked at a precise moment when the flavors are yummy and the acid is high and there is no need for new wood to round it out.
Red Wine by Boeri from Piedmont, Italy. Intense ruby red, tends to acquire brownish hues with aging. Intense bouquet when young, with pronounced spicy notes. On the palate, pronounced cherry and plum, with aging acquires notes of rich marmalades; a full and harmonious wine. Pair with: ideal for daily enjoyment and can accompany almost any dish. Versatile, it matched well with both Piemontese specialities, Italian dishes in general, and much more.