Reversanti Barbaresco DOCG

14.00% /
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Weight 3.5 lbs

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What does Reversanti Barbaresco DOCG taste like?


earthy, leather, smoke

cherry, red fruit, red currant

oak, tobacco, vanilla

pear, apple, peach

plum, blackberry, dark fruit

licorice, fennel



fig, prune, dried fruit



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Nebbiolo, the pride of Piedmont, is a grape varietal that has long been associated with the top-quality red wines of northwestern Italy. It is the superstar grape behind renowned wines such as Barolo and Barbaresco, as well as other esteemed appellations like Nizza and Valtellina. While it may not thrive as well outside of Italy, Nebbiolo's unique characteristics make it a beloved choice for winemakers in its homeland. Nebbiolo grapes flourish in specific regions of northwestern Italy due to the region's ideal climatic conditions and soil profiles. The cool, foggy mornings in the foothills of Piedmont provide the perfect environment for Nebbiolo to thrive. This grape variety is sensitive to terroir, requiring excellent drainage and a long growing season. It is one of the first... Read More

Nestled in the Langhe region of northwestern Italy, Barbaresco stands as one of the Piedmont's most esteemed wine regions. Often mentioned in the same breath as its illustrious neighbor, Barolo, Barbaresco possesses a distinct character that sets it apart. This picturesque wine region has a rich history and is celebrated for its wines crafted primarily from the Nebbiolo grape.

The history of Barbaresco dates back to the late 18th century when it was known as Nebbiolo di Barbaresco. It was General Melas, an Austrian military leader, who used this wine to commemorate his victory over the French in 1799. It wasn't until the mid-19th century that Barbaresco's modern dry-style wines were established. This... Read More

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