There seems to be a marked improvement in the number of outstanding Barbera d'Albas coming out of Piedmont at the moment. For some wine producers in the appellation, Barbera was almost the stepchild of red wine grape varieties compared to the mighty Nebbiolo used to make Barolo and Barbaresco.
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