Chiarlo Nivole Moscato 750ml
Discover Barbera D' Asti Wines
Barbera d'Asti is Italy's third most planted red grape, renowned for its rich color, substantial body, and low tannin. It's historically cultivated throughout the region's low slopes and valleys in Northern Italy. The vines may yield a lot of grapes if they aren't trimmed frequently, making it a more inexpensive wine to cultivate and enjoy. Barbera is a traditional Italian alternative to Nebbiolo or Chianti that you should try if you like Nebbiolo or Chianti.
Barbera is well known for its Denominzione di Origine e Garantita (DOCG) Barbera d'Asti, which is located in the Piedmont area of Northern Italy. Barbera was first grown in this area in the 13th century, and it is still thriving now.
Wines featuring aromas of black cherry, plum, blackberry, violet, dried leaves, vanilla, and baking spices are produced by centuries-old vines that have thrived in Northern Italy since the 1200s. They're usually light and fruity, designed to be consumed right away rather than aged. Barbera is typically juicier and fruitier in the New World, with notes of cherry, raspberry, blueberry, and blackberry, as well as undertones of baking spice. Barbera d'Asti has a high acidity and low tannin content, making it a food-friendly red wine.
About the Producer: Michele Chiarlo
Michele Chiarlo is a producer from the Piedmont region of northern Italy, specializing in wines from its most famous sub-regions: Barolo, Barbaresco, Asti and Gavi. The winery was founded by Michele Chiarlo in 1956 with the first vintages of Barbera and Moscato de Asti. The winery produced its first Barolo in 1958 and in 1987 bought part of the prestigious Cherekio vineyard, which is unofficially considered one of the "steep" sections of Barolo. In 1996, Chiarlo acquired the La Cort property in Nice, where the vines were born. Barbera d'Asti of high quality. Although the winery is relatively young for the region, Chiarlo itself belongs to four generations of Piedmont winemakers. Michele Chiarlo's portfolio is broadly divided into three collections: Crus (usually with a vineyard, "cult" wines), Classic and Palás. Crus or Icon wines represent the best wines Chiarlo has to offer and are produced only from the best vintages in very limited quantities. The four grape varieties Chiarlo works with are Nebbiolo, Barbera, Cortese and Moscato, as well as the Barbera d'Asti variety. the most recognized wines in the cellar.
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