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Barbera d'Alba Paolina. Ca' del Baio 2015

Member Review by Rodolphe Boulanger:

violet+plums,red berry,cherry,spice. rich ripe fruit,dark fruit +plums,floral,cherry+anise,good freshness,smooth,soft tannins,nice round finish,touch of wood

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Ca' del Baio:
Wine is made in the vineyard where the typicity of particular grape varieties is preserved, old clones are taken care of, and work is carried out with passion and experience, day after day, season after season. The wines of Ca’ del Baio are born out of this close relationship of love, which begins in the vineyard and continues in the winery.

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Snooth User: Rodolphe Boulanger
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Vintage: 2006 12/11/2008

violet+plums,red berry,cherry,spice. rich ripe fruit,dark fruit +plums,floral,cherry+anise,good freshness,smooth,soft tannins,nice round finish,touch of wood


External Reviews for Barbera d'Alba Paolina. Ca' del Baio

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Source: Great Wines Direct
Vintage: 2009 10/18/2016

A fresh, pleasant wine sustained by a vein of acidity and tamed by a judicious period in large oak casks.Ca del Baio (House of the bay horse) is a typical family run Italian wine producer where all the family contribute, since 1880!Constant development and innovation since 2000 has led to the company competing on markets throughout the world, and carving out a position of considerable importance in Barbaresco within what has become an appellation of global prestigeGrapes grown on several vineyards go together into making this appealing fresh wine in which Barbera s characteristic acid backbone is tamed by skilful oak ageing.Grapes: 100% BarberaRegion: Italy / Piedmont / Treiso, Barbera d Alba DOC Maker: Giulio GrassoNotes: A fresh, pleasant wine sustained by a vein of acidity and tamed by a judicious period in large oak casks.Serve: At 17c with the more flavoursome Piedmontese dishes, from mixed boiled meats to the anchovy and garlic-based bagna caoda , generally a great match too for cooked and raw cold cuts, stewed meats, and medium-mature fatty cheeses. ABV: 13.5%



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