Fontanafredda Briccotondo Barbera
Fontanafredda Briccotondo Barbera is a ruby-red wine with purple highlights. The nose is packed with black fruit, especially blackberries and plums, with slight spicy overtones hinting at black pepper and cinnamon. Sweet, soft tannins come together in a closely-woven texture that merges with the fruit, while a crisp freshness provides a lingering, tasty finish.
Chrismont La Zona Barbera
La Zona Barbera is a rich purple coloured wine showcasing crimson hues. The bouquet is fruity and spicy, exuding fragrances of plums and blackberries. These aromas are followed by a medium bodied and intense palate brimming with more blackberries and plums coupled with chocolate characters. Notes of toasty vanilla complement these juicy flavours while great acidity balances it. Integrated with fine tannins, the palate culminates into a satisfying finish. Drink this wine now with slow roasted game, pasta in tomato sauce or pizza.
Hastwell & Lightfoot Barbera
The joy of Barbera is the soft, flavour-full palate of prunes and eastern spices finishing with silk-like tannins that hang on and on. For food, what could be better than Osso Buco or Ox Tail slowly cooked Italian style.
2 By 2 Merlot Barbera
This Merlot/Barbera blend is bursting with soft fruit and mellow flavours, and is going to be a delicious versatile red wine to pair with a lot of great dishes. This is another real meat-lovers wine, and wed love to drink this one alongside a simple flat-iron steak, a leg of lamb served with gravy, or a hearty bowl of meatballs in tomato sauce. Its also a top wine for game and roasted birds, and pretty much any charcuterie you could think of. Vegetarians need not panic, though - this wine is also going to go really well with spicy rice dishes (especially wild rice), lentils, and vegetarian lasagne, too.
Adelina Dolcetto Barbera Rosato
La Zona Barbera
Casali Del Barone Piemonte DOC Barbera