Barbaresco

The Piedmontese DOCG zone of Barbaresco is responsible for some of Italy’s finest wines. It occupies the same region and uses the same grape (Nebbiolo) as Barolo, but is a third of the size (only 640 hectares versus Barolo’s 1,700 hectares). It is also 50 years younger, having produced wine labelled Barbaresco since 1890. It earned its DOCG in 1980, largely thanks to the efforts of Angelo Gaja.

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Francesco Versio, Ready, but will improve,
Roagna, Piedmont, Ready, but will improve,
Bruno Giacosa, Ready, but will keep,
Gaja, Ready, but will keep,
Gaja, Ready, but will improve,
Gaja, Ready, but will improve,
Roagna, Piedmont, Ready, but will improve,
Gaja, Ready, but will improve,
Bruno Giacosa, Ready, but will improve,
Cascina Luisin, Piedmont, Ready, but will keep,
Roagna, Piedmont, Ready, but will improve,
Roagna, Piedmont, Ready, but will improve,
Cascina Luisin, Piedmont, Ready, but will keep,
Roagna, Piedmont, Ready, but will improve,
Roagna, Piedmont, Ready, but will improve,
Roagna, Piedmont, Ready, but will keep,
Punset, Piedmont, Ready, but will improve,
Roagna, Piedmont, Ready, but will improve,
Roagna, Piedmont, Ready, but will improve,
Roagna, Piedmont, Ready, but will improve,
Gaja, Ready, but will improve,
Cascina Luisin, Piedmont, Ready, but will improve,
Roagna, Piedmont, Ready, but will improve,
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