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  1. G.D. Vajra Barbera d'Alba Superiore 2016
    WS93
    WA92
    $39.98
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    93 Points! Smooth and opulent, this red exudes mulberry, black currant, violet and iron aromas and flavors. Balanced and concentrated, ending with a cascade of ripe fruit. Shows fine purity and tension. Drink now through 2024. - Wine Spectator Learn More
  2. Marchesi Incisa Della Rocchetta Barbera d'Asti Superiore Sant Emilia 2016
    WE90
    $26.98
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    90 Points! Aromas of blue flowers, underbrush, ripe plum and exotic spice shape the nose. Despite its bold structure and muscle on the palate, it shows surprising finesse in flavors of fleshy blackberry, brandied cherry, star anise and tobacco framed in velvety tannins. Thanks to the succulent fruit, you barely notice the warmth of alcohol on the close. - Wine Enthusiast Learn More
  3. Vietti Barbera d'Alba Scarrone 2016
    WS90
    DEC91
    JS93
    WA92
    $33.98
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    93 Points! Such a perfumed and complex nose for a Barbera with pressed lavender, violets, orange peel and citrus. Medium to full body, layered and serious tannins and a medium-long, spicy yet taut finish. - JamesSuckling.com Learn More
  4. Vietti Barbera d'Asti Tre Vigne 2016
    $13.98
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    Winery Notes: Ageing in Barriques, big oak barrels and steel tanks for approximately 18 months. Ruby purple color with ripe red cherry aromas with hints sweet spices. A dry, medium bodied red wine with refreshing acidity, the Barbera d’Asti Tre Vigne is well balanced with good integration of oak, good complexity and a long finish of red cherries. Learn More
  5. Casa Smith Barbera Cervo Wahluke Slope 2017
    JD93
    $17.98
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    93 Points! One of the best expressions of this variety outside of Italy must be the 2017 Barbera Cervo from Charles Smith. Its vibrant purple/ruby color is followed by a fresh, complex bouquet of blue and black fruits, leafy herbs, vanilla, and spice. It’s terrific on the palate as well, offering medium to full body, tons of fruit, and remarkable purity. Drink it any time over the coming 4-5 years. - Jeb Dunnuck, jebdunnuck.com Learn More
  6. Braida Barbera d'Asti Montebruna 2016
    WS91
    JS91
    $22.98
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    91 Points!  A bright, succulent style, with vibrant acidity driving the black cherry, blackberry and spice flavors. Dense yet balanced, offering a long, mouthwatering finish. Drink now through 2024. - Wine Spectator
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  7. Marchesi Incisa Della Rocchetta Barbera d'Asti Valmorena 2017
    WE90
    $14.98
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    90 Points!  Aromas of black-skinned fruit, blue flower, cooking spice and a whiff of forest floor fill the glass. It's full bodied and juicy, doling out succulent Marasca cherry, crushed raspberry and clove set against tangy acidity and elegant tannins. Drink through 2021. - Wine Enthusiast
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  8. Superba Barbera d'Asti Superiore Vigne dei Mastri 2015
    $37.98
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    Powerful, cherry, blackberry jam, vanillin and spices for this exceptional Barbera Superiore, obtained from a re-fermentation of dried grapes, just like they do in Amarone country.  And yes, it does taste like a Barbera Amarone...delicious stuff!
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  9. E. Pira & Figli Chiara Boschis Barbera D'Alba Superiore 2016
    WS91
    WA91
    $29.98
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    91 Points!  The 2016 Barbera d'Alba Superiore starts off with subtle and careful intensity. But as it takes on greater momentum in the glass, you begin to recognize dark fruit, etched mineral and black olive. The finish is polished and crisp. This Barbera reveals significant depth and lasting persistence. - Monica Larner, Wine Advocate.
     
     
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  10. Elio Grasso Barbera d'Alba Vigna Martina 2016
    WA93
    $27.98
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    93 Points! The Barbera grape can often act like Nebbiolo showing its best results in the later vintages that end on a cool note. Those conditions are what define the beautiful 2016 Barbera d'Alba Vigna Martina. The wine sees 20 days of maceration with submerged cap, and the bouquet is flowing, polished and impactful as a result. Blackberry, summer cherry and plum rise from the glass. Some 18 months of oak aging adds delicate touches of spice, leather and cedar. - Monica Larner, robertparker.com Learn More
  11. Agostino Pavia Barbera d'Asti Blina 2016
    $13.98
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    From importer Oliver McCrum: 'Blina' is the name of the vineyard. This wine is a direct, straightforward rendition of the Barbera grape. Fresh acidity and berry flavors are the hallmarks of Barbera, but low yields and old vines give this wine very good depth and concentration, too. Fermentation and aging are completed in stainless steel, and the wine is bottled before the following harvest. (There are two things I like about wines that aren't aged in oak; one of them is that they taste of fruit, rather than oak, and the other is that they are better value. New barriques cost $800+ each.)
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  12. Michele Chiarlo Barbera d'Asti Superiore Nizza La Court 2013
    JS92
    Special Price $29.98 Regular Price $60.00
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    92 Points!  Hints of chocolate and walnut with black fruits on the nose. Full body, light tannins and a velvety texture. Lots of flavor. Drink now. - James Suckling
    Three Glasses Gambero Rosso!
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  13. Coppo Barbera D'Asti L'Avvocata 2017
    JS90
    $13.98
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    Three Glasses Gambero Rosso and 90 points Suckling!
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  14. Bosco Agostino Barbera d'Alba Volupta 2015
    JS91
    $22.98
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    91 Points! Plenty of blue fruit, slate and violets to this Barbera on the nose as well as hints of resin. Full body, fine acidity and a fruity finish. Drink now. - James Suckling, jamessuckling.com
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  15. Colpetrone Sagrantino di Montefalco 2011
    JS93
    $19.98
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    93 Points!  So much pressed lavender to the nose here as well as the classic brambleberries but also some hints of sour cherries, leather and Chinese spices. This is full and delicious with moath-coating tannins, driven acidity and a compact yet long finish. Better in 2020. - JamesSuckling.com
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  16. Giacomo Grimaldi Barbera d'Alba Pistin 2017
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    You need to be pistìn, or fussy, to make a good Barbera, grandpa Ernesto used to say. Ferruccio Grimaldi has taken this on board to create this territorial, fresh, clean, polished, genuine Barbera. This splendid offering comes from great terroir in Monforte and Novello in Barolo. Learn More
  17. Brovia Barbera D'Alba Sori Del Drago 2016
    $24.98
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    This Barbera is produced from grapes harvested in the “Garblet” vineyard (also known as “Fiasco”) of Castiglione Falletto from a 0.8 hectare plot on a south-southeast facing slope at 250 meters altitude. The major part of the vineyard was planted in 1970 with a portion being replanted in 1993. The “Sori del Drago” is fermented at 28 degrees Celsius for slightly more than a week. The wine is then racked into stainless steel tank and is aged for 15 to 18 months before being bottled (unfiltered). Learn More
  18. Ca'Viola Barbera D'Alba Brichet 2015
    JS93
    $17.98
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    93 Points! There's minerality on the nose of this Barbera, but also some smoky complexity, not to mention brambleberries and blackcurrants. A structured palate with firm tannins, refreshing acidity, and a succulent, chewy finish. Drink now. - James Suckling, jamessuckling.com
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  19. Cigliuti Barbera d'Alba Vigna Serraboella 2015
    WS90
    VM90
    $21.98
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    90 Points! Cigliuti's 2015 Barbera d'Alba Vigna Serraboella is very pretty. Inviting, pliant, with soft contours and lovely overall depth, the 2015 will drink well upon release. This is a relatively mid-weight, restrained style for the vintage. Sweet floral notes add perfume through to the finish. I would prefer to drink the 2015 over the next few years. - Antonio Galloni, Vinous Media
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