Michele Chiarlo Barbera d'Asti Le Orme 2016

"Ruby red in color with hues of violet. Elegant and intense, with notes of fresh mature red fruit, such as cherry and currant. Harmonious, with great structure and roundness. Beautiful savory finish." —winemaker
Manufacturer: Michele Chiarlo
Availability: In stock
SKU: 35528
$16.29
$11.69
$4.60 (28%)
"This shows intense, but also some very fresh notes of blackberry compote, citrus and bracken. Medium body, zippy acidity and a fine, clear-cut finish. Drink now." —JamesSuckling.com
Products specifications
Vintage 2016
Country Italy
Varietal Barbera
Size 750ML
Region Piedmont
Sub Region Barbera d'Asti
James Suckling 91
Wine Types Red Wine
ABV% 27.0
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