Barbaresco

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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. 

Nada Giuseppe 2018 Barbaresco Cru "Casot" 750ml

$69.47

The 2018 Barbaresco Casot is a fragrant and immediate wine that shows a good amount of ripeness and richness up front. This was a cool vintage overall, although the fruit ripened quickly toward the end of the growing season. There are sweet cherry aromas...

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Albino Rocca 2018 Barbaresco 750ml

$76.43

Bright ruby red with garnet reflections. Fine, elegant, and fruity aromas of raspberry, strawberry and black cherries. Dry, warm, quite smooth, fresh, medium-bodied, rightly tannic, intense, quite persistent, fresh and fruity finish. -- mrdwine.com

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Luigi Giordano 2017 Barbaresco "Cavanna" 750ml

$75.35

The 2017 Barbaresco Cavanna is lifted with a delicate amount of rusticity, with dried sour cherry, rhubarb, and leather. The palate is fresh and ripe, with fine tannins and notes of cranberry cocktail, fresh orange, and dusty earth. Open and inviting,...

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