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12 Barberas to Discover Now

New reviews of reds from the northern Italian region of Piedmont for $30 or less
Paolo Scavino's Affinato in Carati bottling is made from old Barbera vines from the estate's Bricco Ambrogio vineyard.
Courtesy of Paolo Scavino
Paolo Scavino's Affinato in Carati bottling is made from old Barbera vines from the estate's Bricco Ambrogio vineyard.
Bruce Sanderson
Posted: August 9, 2018


Italy's Piedmont region is best known for its ageworthy Nebbiolos from Barolo and Barbaresco, but another grape here, Barbera, deserves your attention. And today's picks are all $30 or less. Get the scores and tasting notes!

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