You don’t have to wait for a special occasion to enjoy a delicious bottle of Barbera d’Asti! (Elise Vandenburg)
Barbera d’Asti is certainly the ultimate food friendly wine. (Steven McDonald)
Before temperature-controlled tanks, the winemakers occasionally would find it challenging to “provoke” malolactic fermentation because it was so cold in the winery.
I fell in love with Barbera d’Asti the first time I opened it for guests, as did they, and it quickly became a go-to recommendation for me. (Steve Wildy)
Fresh, with vibrant fruit, slightly underripe, and electric acidity. What is it? A Barbera d’Asti, of course.
Accessibility in its youth, contributes complexity at the table, easy drinking by itself, killer pricing. If you look at those four things to judge all grapes by, very few tick all four boxes.
Accessibility in its youth, contributes complexity at the table, easy drinking by itself, killer pricing. That’s Barbera d’Asti (Heath Porter)
Barbera d’Asti has now become part of the zeitgeist and the fabric of food and wine appreciation in the U.S.
Somewhere in that equilibrium lies the “unbearable lightness,” or should we say, “the un-Barbera-able lightness.”
American wine lovers learn about wine largely from glass pours at restaurants.