Barbera d’Alba or Barbera d’Asti

Main grape varieties: Barbera

What to expect: Dry. Light to medium bodied. High acidity and low tannin. Sour cherry and savoury notes.

Pair with: Meatballs in tomato sauce, pasta with rich tomato-based sauce, pizza

Wine picks:

  • Michele Chiarlo Barbera d’Asti Superiore Le Orme (~$17)
  • La Spinetta Barbera d’Asti Ca Di Pian (~$34)
  • Paolo Scavino Barbera d’Alba (~$28)
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