Barbaresco is even more refined and elegant than the Barolo. Thanks to its high tannin structure, it reveals notes of sweet fruit that lend it more charm than its rougher cousin. The produce of one of Italy's most noble varieties, combined with exemplary vinification (a minimum of two years in barrels), Barbaresco enjoys remarkable delicacy and strength.
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