Barbera can be made in a variety of styles, but is most frequently a medium-bodied red wine whose relatively high acid content gives it an almost tart, but refreshing black cherry flavor. If you’re considering a Barbera, you may also want to check out Beaujolais. In some ways, Beaujolais is Barbera’s counterpart from France in that its lighter, but used with similar foods.
Enjoy Barbera With:
Barbera’s frequently straightforward, simple flavors usually pair best with simple lean or acidic dishes. This makes it a good match for casual Italian dining.