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90 points James Suckling: "A very pretty and fruity barbera with flavors of cherries and raspberries, as well as a hint of vanilla highlighting the medium body. Fresh acidity, too. A delicious wine. Drink now. " (06/2018) K&L Notes: The Barbera grapes for this wine were grown in vineyards dating back to the early 19th century. It's a vibrant ruby red in the glass with a dry, full body. Thanks to the long growing season in this northern part of Italy, the wine develops gorgeous acid that makes it a perfect accompaniment to roasted and braised meats.

91 points Decanter: " Intense whiffs of dark cherry, liquorice, leather and lavender, and amazingly fresh and vibrant palate, generously fruited, with satisfying balsamic finish. " (05/2019) K&L Notes: This 100% Barbera is hand harvested from vines that range in age from 20-30 years. After a native yeast fermentation in stainless steel tanks, the wine ages in oak for 9 months prior to bottling.

2017 Daniele Conterno Barbera d'Alba
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The Conternos have owned the land in the heart of the Langhe in the hamlet of Bussia di Monforte d’Alba since the mid 1800s. Now in the family winery's 4th generation, Franco’s two sons, Daniele and Andrea, run the company following in the footsteps of their grandfather. They and their team bring fresh insight and innovation to the winery and vineyards and continue the family business with passion and dedication. They farm 18 hectares of land which is approximately 44 acres and their most recent development is the movement to organic farming which began ...
Price: $29.99

Antonio Galloni calls La Ca'Nova "one of the hottest estates in Piedmont today."
Price: $19.99

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2016 Agostino Pavia Barbera d'Asti "La Marescialla"
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97 points Decanter: "This is a cracking Barbera, modern in style with elegant black fruit and chocolate aromatics. Very rich, opulent and concentrated palate; powerful but not overwhelming, with enough acidity to balance the fruit and well-integrated oak. Spicy, lingering finish. Delicious stuff!" (05/2019)


No oak here, just very zesty and ripe Barbera fruit. Bricco Blina is the most straightforward of the three single-vineyard Barberas made at Agostino Pavia. This is the epitome of the bright acidity and berry flavor that are the hallmarks of Barbera, but low yields and old vines give wonderful depth and concentration, too. Notes from the importer: "'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 ...
Price: $15.99



Ca'Rossa was founded in 1967 when Alfonso Ferrio bought a small farmhouse and estate growing hazelnuts, vegetables, and raising chickens. Cascina Ca Rossa is located in the Roero area of Piemonte. With calcareous soils, high temperatures and very little rain, the area was under vine during the Roman era, home to Nebbiolo, Barbera and Arneis, a scented, dry white grape. At Cascina Ca Rossa, two distinct styles of wine are produced. The first style which could be considered "normale", pertains to vintage dated wines that are fermented in steel barrels and...
Price: $29.99

1999 Hastae "Quorum" Barbera d'Asti
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94 points Wine Spectator: "Complex. A rainbow of fruit on the nose, from berries to cranberries to orange peel, with hints of toasted oak. Full-bodied, juicy and powerful, with masses of vanilla, coffee and spice and a long, intense aftertaste. Superb." (11/2001)

Poderi Aldo Conterno is a Piedmont producer known for its wines from the best parcels of the Bussia vineyard in Monforte d'Alba. Aldo Conterno, who died in 2012, was regarded by many as the greatest of all Barolo winemakers.
Price: $39.99


96 points James Suckling: "This is always one of the best Barbera d'Albas. The 2010 Pozzo (notice the change in the name due to changes in Italian appellation laws) shows fabulous density and depth with wet earth, dark berries and loads of mineral character. It's full-bodied with bright and creamy acidity plus a long, long finish. Only in magnums. Fantastic." (11/2014) 95 points Vinous: "The 2010 Barbera d'Alba Pozzo is stunningly beautiful. Violets, lavender, dark cherries, plums, tobacco and menthol all flesh out in an aboslutely impeccable, gracious...

While Walter Massa earned critical and commercial success for resurrecting the white grape Timorasso on his family's estate in Piedmont, his red wines are equally sublime.
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90 points Wine Enthusiast: "Aromas of black plum and mocha prepare the palate for flavors of blackberry, cassis, pomegranate and thyme. Offering ample mouthfeel and full-fruit flavors amidst slightly grippy tannins, this wine wraps up in a lasting cherry finish. (MD)" (12/2017) Wine & Spirits: "A blend of Barbera and Syrah, this is juicy and plummy, with a salted-caramel sweetness. It’s a simple, welcoming red for charred beef kabobs." (08/2018)

Bid on this bottle of 1975 Gaja "Sori Vagnona" Barbera. This rare Barbera is from the region's earlier beginnings as a serious red wine appellation for Barbaresco. For the most part, Barbaresco was pretty much living in near total obscurity until the 1960s, when Giovanni Gaja (Angelo's father) began proving what could come of these vineyards. In the '70s, his son Angelo introduced single-vineyard offerings, and the rest is Italian wine history! Gaja's Barbera wines can be just as stunning in their own right.
Starting Bid: $200.00