Barbera d'Alba: Your Essential Wine Guide

Barbera d'Abla often gets overshadowed by Barolo. But when it's planted on good sites and yields are limited, it makes delicious wines at a great value. Some producers are even using smaller barrels to make it ageable.

Barbera's high acidity and low tannins make it a food-friendly wine. You'll get flavors of red and black fruits. And often floral and spice notes. Barbera d'Alba usually has a deeper color and fuller body than Barbera d'Asti.

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