Paolo Conterno Bricco Barbera D'alba 2010 - commentés et évalués par les experts de Chacun Son Vin
C'est un barbera dandy pour l'argent, attraper tous les griottes droite, légèrement viandé / cuir et des notes...
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Deep ruby red in color, this Barbera opens up with aromas of cherry, cranberry, leather, damp earth, clove and cinnamon spices. On the mouthfeel, medium bodied, slightly rustic, smoky texture, zesty acidity and dusty tannins. Medium length on the finish with sour cherry, leathery and smoky character lingering. This Barbera has more smoky oak then I am use to, but that being said, a very enjoyable wine and given the price, a very good value.
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Light and crisp with an earthiness tinged, big, sour cherry nose. Tart berry fruit on the palate with a balance of violets. The juicy finish is furthered along by a cranberry/citrus zing. This needs a little food to balance out all that acidity, but slightly chilled with a slice of prosciutto, and it's all good.
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