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Roberto Voerzio "Vigneto Pozzo dell'Annunziata" Barbera d'Alba Riserva 2008

97 James Suckling
(06/19/2013) "Aromas of tar, spices and dark fruits. Full-bodied and very layered, with polished tannins and a savory finish of ripe fruit and dried spices. Lasts a very long time on the palate. Drink now or hold"
$
29999
1.5 LT
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Roberto Voerzio "Vigneto Pozzo dell'Annunziata" Barbera d'Alba Riserva 2005

95 Wine Spectator
93 Vinous, Stephen Tanzer
94 Vinous, Antonio Galloni
(3/2010). "Voerzio's 2005 Barbera d'Alba Riserva Vigneto Pozzo dell'Annunziata flows with layers of fresh, mineral-infused dark fruit. Sweet, round and impeccably pure, the wine offers exceptional balance and gorgeous overall harmony."
$
29999
1.5 LT
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G. D. Vajra Monforte Barbera d'Alba 2013

90 Our Score
(11/2016) Unbelievable complexity here! 14 months aging in a combination of Slavonian oak cask and French oak barrel brings aromas of leather, tobacco and spice. Coupled with flavors of bright cherry and graphite that lead to a silky smooth finish, this is one of the best Barbera buys around. By the way, Vajra is a certified organic producer.
$
2099
750 ML
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~109 bottlesCheck all Stores
$
1999
750 ML
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$
1899
750 ML
Available:
~63 bottlesCheck all Stores

Ghiomo "Lavai" Barbera d'Alba 2013

90+ Our Score
(7/2016) This latest bottling of Lavai showcases why it is a perennial Vin Chicago favorite. The 2013 pops in the glass with flavors of black cherry, black plum, a touch of baking spice, licorice and dried earth. The hallmarks of Lavai - balance and mouthwatering acidity - are amply present. The versatility is amazing as the wine is equally good on its own, with casual Italian fare or with your signature chicken dish on date night. Drink this beauty over the next 5 to 7 years.
$
1599
750 ML
Available:
~24 bottlesCheck all Stores

Ghiomo "Lavai" Barbera d'Alba 2014

90+ Our Score
(1/2017) The latest vintage of Ghiomo's "Lavai" Barbera d'Alba comes with a fresh new look, now being bottled in the classic "Albeisa" bottle which has been the signature bottle of Alba since the 18th century. More importantly, the wine inside is still the same great quality as when we first featured the 2006 vintage of this Vin Chicago favorite. The 2014 shows more upfront fruit and softness than in previous years, perhaps a signature of the vintage. Look for wild cherries, strawberries and a hint of black berry, along with subtle spices, herbs and earth. Vibrant acidity keeps things lively and makes for a wonderful pairing at the kitchen table.
$
1599
750 ML
Available:
120+ bottlesCheck all Stores

Paolo Scavino Barbera d'Alba 2015

90 Our Score
(10/2016) The greatest value in the Scavino line-up is this awesome Barbera. Juicy and friendly, it gives deep raspberry and black cherry fruit flavors along with a touch of earth, a soft mouthfeel, medium tannins and classic Barbera acidity. Perfect with marinara, arrabiata or Bolognese sauced pastas.
$
1399
750 ML
Available:
~12 bottlesCheck all Stores

Franco Molino Barbera d'Alba 2012

90 Our Score
(2/2017) The Barbera grape of Piedmont is known for its delicious sour red-fruit characteristics. This deep, mineral-driven bottling from Franco Molino is classic, with intense flavors of sour cherry, pomegranate and wild strawberry. An outrageous value, it is best served at the table, maybe with a bowl of Penne Arrabiata. Delicious.
$
1359
750 ML
Available:
~115 bottlesCheck all Stores

Michele Chiarlo "Le Orme" Barbera d'Asti Superiore 2013

88+ Our Score
88 Wine Enthusiast
88 Vinous, Antonio Galloni
(12/2015) "The 2013 Barbera d'Asti Le Orme is an absolutely gorgeous wine for the money. Plump, juicy and expressive, the 2013 will make plenty of consumers happy. This is a fairly overt, fruit-driven style for Asti, but all the elements are very nicely balanced throughout."
$
1079
750 ML
Available:
120+ bottlesCheck all Stores
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