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Wine Details

Tenuta Neirano Barbera d'Asti Superiore Italy 2014
A fresh and full bodied wine which exhibits cherry and red berry fruit flavours with a velvety smooth texture. Softened by one year of ageing in oak barrels.

£10.79


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Producer

A wine brand owned by DFV

Grape varieties

Barbera

Style

The Merlot grape produces soft & velvety plummy wines, low on tannins. It is often blended with Cabernet Sauvignon resulting in a wine that is big on fruit but smooth enough to drink on its own without food.

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