Barbera

Barbera is a red Italian wine grape variety that, as of 2000, was the third most-planted red grape variety in Italy (after Sangiovese and Montepulciano). It produces good yields and is known for deep color, low tannins and high levels of acid. Century-old vines still exist in many regional vineyards and allow for the production of long-aging, robu...
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Barbera

(bar-BEH-rah) Italian red wine grape.
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Barbera

[grapes] Barbera is a name shared by several wine and table grape varieties with the most notable being the red Barbera grape of Piedmont in northwest Italy. Other grapes which are known as Barbera, either as part of their primary name or as a synonym, include: ...
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Barbera

A wine grape best known for producing red wines in the Piedmont district of Italy. It is also grown in other countries and is used as one of the best red varieties in California's central valley. It also excels in many of the vineyards of Amador County in California.
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Barbera

Barbera is a type of grape used for producing red wine. It is a major Italian variety with a 'tarry' smell and medium body.
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Barbera

Few wineries produce wine from this grape anymore, but some see its crisp acidity and berry flavors as distinctive enough to single out and bottle separately.
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Barbera

Red wine from PiƩmont, in Italy, and which comes from the grape variety of the same name.
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Barbera

Semi-classic red-wine grape widely grown in northern Italy, especially the Piedmont region, and also California. Possibily a clone of the Perricone, or Pignatello, grape of Sardinia. Used to produce intense reds, of varying tannin levels, for blending or aging.
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Barbera

The red variety is probably from the Italian region Piedmont . The numerous synonyms identify partly different game types. These are, for example, Amaro Barbera, Barbera Crna, Fina Barbera, Barbera Forte, Barbera Grossa, Mercantile Barbera, Barbera Nera Nostrana Barbera, Barbera a Peduncolo Verde, a Raspo Verde Barbera, Barbera Sarda, Barbera Vera ...
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Barbera

Where it comes from: Useful red grape that hails from the Piedmont region of northwestern Italy, where it plays second fiddle to the noble Nebbiolo variety.Flavour profile: Makes high-acid wines with sweet and sour flavours of cherries, plums and damsons.Where to find it: Grown throughout Italy and also makes gluggable, fruity wines in California, ...
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