The story: Barbera is the third most widely-planted varietal in Italy, behind Sangiovese and Montepulciano. When you take a sip of this wine, you'll understand why. Medium-bodied, well balanced, and tied together by excellent freshness, Barbera d'Asti is the perfect accompaniment for most Italian dishes. You'll see at least one bottle of this at any Italian restaurant, and it's always a great choice!
In your mouth: I'm smooth and soft, offering up notes of blackberry, raspberry, graphite and lavender. I have the elegance to please Pinot Noir drinkers and the intensity for the lovers of bold reds, so pass me around!