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Barbaresco

barbaresco.jpgBy Paul Arps CC 2.0 

If not for Barolo, Barbaresco might claim the title of King of Italian wines. Barbaresco produces powerful Nebbiolos of its own, many of which will drink well eariler than those from Barolo nest door. The Nebbiolo grapes are grown on the rolling hills around the communes of Barbaresco, Treiso, Neive and a few others, alongside other local grapes like Moscato, Dolcetto and Barbera. 

Rizzi 2016 Barbaresco "Nervo" 750ml

$76.43

The 2016 Barbaresco Nervo is a thickly or loosely textured expression that offers more power and richness than your standard Nebbiolo from this appellation. This wine is robust and nicely concentrated and pushes forward over the palate with great...

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Marchesi di Barolo 2014 Barbaresco DOCG 750ml

$69.13

The 2014 Barbaresco Tradizione is a nicely centered wine that offers a solid array of ripe fruit flavors with cherry and red currant in pole position. As I have discovered with other Barbaresco wines from 2014, the fruit is surprisingly opulent and soft...

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Rizzi 2016 Barbaresco "Rizzi" 750ml

$56.43

The 2016 Barbaresco Rizzi is the most balanced wine in this series. The other wines feel a bit too ripe in my opinion, even in this 2016 vintage. This wine offers a soft and delicate side that is expressed with sweet fruit, spice, licorice and tar. This...

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Rizzi 2016 Langhe Nebbiolo 750ml

$40.78

This Langhe Nebbiolo is deep garnet in colour. The nose reveals a beautiful and sensual fragrance with a rich complexity. Notes of violet, rose and crisp red fruit like raspberry and strawberry are also evident with the finish being one of...

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Piero Marrone 2015 Barbaresco 750ml

$65.13

Underbrush, red berry and leather aromas unfold in the glass. The taut palate shows cranberry, clove, star anise and a crushed sage note alongside firm tannins that grip the finish. Drink 2021–2028. Score: 90 points -- Kerin O'Keefe, Wine...

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