Barbera

CATEGORY: Wine Education, Women in Wine   |   DATE: June 2nd, 2021
Post-Pandemic Travel to Piedmont? Yes, Please! Piedmont: the Land of Barolo, Barbaresco, and Barbera If you are like me and have not yet had the privilege of traveling to Piedmont (Piemonte in Italian and Piemont in Piedmontese) then discover Northern Italy’s premium wine region from three sisters and wine producers in Piedmont. After you learn about the land of Barolo, Barbaresco,
CATEGORY: Wine Education   |   DATE: June 22nd, 2016
10 Best Barberas from the 6th Annual Barbera Festival
CATEGORY: Wine Education   |   DATE: March 6th, 2014
2012 Jeff Runquist Barbera Wine Takes Best of Show at 2014 Jerry Mead NWIWC The Jerry Mead New World International Wine Competition marks its Silver Anniversary in 2014, celebrating 25 years of rewarding excellence. This year was no exception, with the crowning of the first Barbera to take top honors as “Best of Show” in
CATEGORY: Wine Education   |   DATE: June 13th, 2013
Can you really taste big tannic red wine in 115-degree heat? The answer is no. Unless they are properly chilled to the cellar temp at which they are supposed to be served. Which would be around 56. Ice is required. Thankfully, the organizers of the 3rd annual Barbera Festival, held at Cooper Vineyards in Plymouth,
CATEGORY: Wine Education   |   DATE: January 5th, 2012
BARBERA Barbera (bar-BEAR-uh) A lot of patience, a few meditative yoga moves, including Omms, and a winemaker can reward the drinker with the perfect Barbera! Just as the name easily rolls off the tongue, so does this delicious drink. Barbera is a medium bodied wine with its characteristic ruby red color, pronounced tannins, and acidity. Typical