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Tamás Estates Barbera Livermore Valley 2008

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At Tamàs Estates we've made it our passion to fashion California wines in a style honoring their varietal heritage.

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Tamás Estates:
At TAMÁS Estates we craft wines for adventurous consumers who are passionate about experiencing new wines, places and experiences. The TAMÁS Estates portfolio offers a world of wines rooted in California, where the Mediterranean climate and gravelly soils of the Central Coast provide ideal winegrowing conditions for a diverse variety of grapes. Set in the Heart of Livermore Valley, our tast... Read more
At TAMÁS Estates we craft wines for adventurous consumers who are passionate about experiencing new wines, places and experiences. The TAMÁS Estates portfolio offers a world of wines rooted in California, where the Mediterranean climate and gravelly soils of the Central Coast provide ideal winegrowing conditions for a diverse variety of grapes. Set in the Heart of Livermore Valley, our tasting room provides a beautiful setting for personal getaways, as well as corporate or private events. Read less

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Source: Fame Wine and Tobacco
03/16/2010

Tamas Estates Barbera and all other wine from Tamas Estates are readily available to ship at discount prices. We carry many premium wine from across the world.



Tasting Notes:

With aromas of blackberry, black cherry, and hints of vanilla from oak aging, our 2008 Barbera has nice up-front acidity, sweet oak flavors and a crisp, fruity finish making it a wonderful accompaniment to rich pasta sauces and grilled meats.

At Tamàs Estates we've made it our passion to fashion California wines in a style honoring their varietal heritage.

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203 cases produced.

Closure: Stelvin

Aged 16 months in Neutral Oak.

Aged 16 months in Hungarian Oak.

Notes: The Barbera was aged for 16 months in neutral oak and the Petite Sirah was aged for 16 months in new Hungarian oak.

Wine Specs:

Alcohol: 13.3% pH: 3.34
Total Acidity: .65 grams per liter

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