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Hilberg Pasquero '29.5 Per Alessandra' Barbera d'Alba 2016 750ml
Named for the length of the lunar cycle, this ’16 Barbera d’Alba is delicious, layering its crisp red and brambly blue fruits with warm tobacco, new leather, violet petals, warm loam, licorice and spices. There’s plenty of Barbera’s trademark acidity, but it’s complemented by lush dry extract, a sweet inner perfume, and a complex, persistent finish--this wine is terrific! Grapes derive from the estate’s southwestern-facing sandy, clayey Barbera vineyard; after fermenting for five days in temperature-controlled stainless steel with natural yeasts, the wine ages for a year in stainless and two months in bottle prior to release.
De Conciliis Selim Spumante Brut NV
Elegant, fresh, and mineral-laden, the De Conciliis NV Selim Spumante Brut is a rare Campanian sparkler. Bursting with tropical and orchard fruits, the Selim dances across the palate with saline minerality and citrus zest; it’s elegant and lively, an ideal wine for aperitivi. A blend of 55% Aglianico, 35% Fiano and 10% Barbera grown in mineral-rich clay soils, this wine ferments in stainless steel to preserve its terroir, getting its second fermentation in the bottle; after some months, the yeast is disgorged and a small dosage is added. Intense, unusual and beautifully balanced, Selim is a fitting tribute to its namesake, Miles Davis.
Dante Rivetti Barbera d'Alba Mara 2015 750ml
Fresh, lively, and deliciously drinkable, the ’15 Barbera d’Alba Mara bursts from the glass in a profusion of juicy red and blue fruits, licorice, warm loam, cocoa and wildflowers. This wine crackles with Barbera’s trademark acidity, yet for all its energy, it holds an appealing roundness, balancing its elements with a silky feel. Composed of grapes grown on the youngest vines in Bricco di Neive, grapes ferment for eight days in temperature-controlled stainless steel, and the wine ages for ten months in steel followed by two months in bottle before release.
Giovanni Rosso Barbera d'Alba Donna Margherita 2015 750ml
This juicy Barbera delights in in its tensions! Sappy, sweet frutti di bosco dance with savory warm loam, balsamic herbs, new leather, crushed wildflowers, and a touch of bitter almonds in this deceptively powerful ’15 Barbera from Giovanni Rosso. This wine displays Barbera’s trademark vibrant acidity, but that freshness finds its match in dusty tannins, a sweet inner perfume, complex savory notes, and a fleshy, satisfying mouth-feel. Enjoyable early, this Barbera may be the ultimate Tuesday night red! The grapes for this mono-varietal Barbera derive from vines averaging 30 years of age; after a two-week fermentation with only wild yeasts in stainless steel, the wine ages in barrels for six months to a year.
La Ca'Nova Barbera d' Alba D.O.C.G Loreto 2017 750ml
2017 saw a challenging, ripe growing year in the Langhe, but La Ca'Növa’s scrumptious ’17 Barbera d’Alba Loreto crackles with energy and flows like silk. Fistfuls of crisp cherries and brambly berries layer with scents of new leather, violet petals, cigar wrapper, baking spices, licorice and a dash of vanilla in this balanced, seamless wine. Perfect with meat dishes, this Barbera wraps its sweet fruits around a solid core of acidity, and it accents its fine-grained tannins with lip-smacking savory elements. Food-friendly, approachable, and affordable, this Barbera may be your new go-to “house” red! Deriving from the estate’s limestone-rich, clay vineyards, organically grown Barbera grapes ferment in steel tanks, and the wine ages for a year in oak casks, followed by six months in bottle prior to release. Fewer than 600 cases produced each vintage.
Cieck Canavese Rosso 2016 750ml
One of the original five producers in Piemonte’s San Giorgio Canavese sub-region, Cieck crafts traditional, artisanal, delicious wines, and the estate’s Canavese Rosso is a contemporary spin on an old regional favorite. A blend of Barbera, Neretto di Canavese, and Freisa, this ’16 Rosso wafts with scents of plums, raspberries, and cherries that are underlain by tarry earth, rose petals, licorice, and peppery spices. Grapes ferment together, and the wine ages for a year in oak barrels before resting for about six months in bottle prior to release.
Hilberg Pasquero Vareij 2016 750ml
A rare blend of Brachetto and Barbera, Vareij marries floral aromatics with bracing acidity and elegant structure. Fistfuls of rose and violet petals frame the succulent red and blue fruits of the extremely pretty ’16 Vareij; baking spices, newly turned earth, savory minerals and wild herbs provide a compelling backdrop. This wine glides across the palate, gathering a sneaky power as it builds to a balanced, elegant and sustained finish--it’s a sheer delight! Mostly Brachetto with about 40% Barbera, the biodynamically tended grapes ferment for seven to fifteen days in open-top stainless steel, and the wine ages for about a year in stainless steel to preserve the fruit and the terroir.
Dante Rivetti Barbera d'Alba Superiore Boschi 2012 750ml
Reflecting the estate’s choice to let its Barbera grapes ripen a little extra, Rivetti’s ’12 Barbera d’Alba Superiore Boschi has a little more of everything-- more concentration, more depth, more intensity, and more cherry-and-berry Barbera flavors. Framing its red and blue fruits with warm baking spices, bitter almonds, vanilla, fresh earth, and a kiss of grilled herbs, this Barbera delivers complexity and nuance in a nicely hefty, satisfying palate. Deriving from the best old-vine fruit from the estate’s clayey Boschi vineyard, the super-ripe grapes ferment for eight days in temperature-controlled stainless steel, and the wine ages for a year in barrel followed by a year in bottle before release.
San Giuliano Barbera Fiore di Marcorino 2017 750ml
Warm tobacco, kisses of vanilla and violet, touches of licorice and peppery spices, and a brush of forest floor frame the juicy red and purple fruits in this balanced, elegant ’17 Barbera Fiore di Marcorino. Lush for a Barbera, this wine fills the mouth with a sweet inner perfume, lightly textured tannins, bright acidity, and a thrumming mineral bass line that builds on the chocolatey, silky finish. San Giuliano, run by Giulio Pastura and wife Mariella, is a collection of vineyards ranging across about seventeen acres in the Piemonte zones of Roero, Asti, Neive and Barbaresco. This wine derives from vines ranging from fifteen to sixty years old grown in a southern-facing parcel of limestone marl. This wine ferments for 7 to 10 days in stainless steel and ages in barrels for ten to twelve months before bottling.
San Giuliano Barbera Fiore di Marcorino 2014 750ml
2014 was a challenging year in Piemonte, but you’d never know it from this food-friendly, elegant cru Barbera. Roses, warm baking spices, fresh earth, and a touch of leather frame the juicy red and blue fruits; a sweet inner perfume peeks on the palate, complemented by fresh acidity and a kiss of minerality. San Giuliano, run by Giulio Pastura and wife Mariella, is a collection of vineyards ranging across about seventeen acres in the northeastern Piemonte zones of Roero, Asti, Neive and Barbaresco. This wine derives from vines ranging from fifteen to sixty years old grown in a southern-facing parcel of limestone marl. This wine ferments in stainless steel and ages in barrels for ten to twelve months before bottling.