Vietti Tre Vigne Barbera d'Alba 2015

$29.99$24.99

"The grapes are selected from three different vineyards located in Monforte, Castiglione Falletto, and Castiglione. Ruby purple color with ripe red cherry aromas and vanilla. With hints of violets the On the palate it shows bright acidity, soft tannins with good integration of oak, good complexity and a lingering cherry finish. Food Pairings: Antipasti, rich salads, grilled seasoned vegetables, hearty soups/stews, pastas or with breaded veal, pork, chicken with light sauces."- Winery Notes

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Ratings on Delectable

Ryan Colthorp

Super legit wine for a great price. Earth. Tobacco. Plums. And a bit of peppery spice.

Super legit wine for a great price. Earth. Tobacco. Plums. And a bit of peppery spice.

8.9

Daniel Steilen

Juicy, bright, with a nice medium weight to it. Great food wine.

Juicy, bright, with a nice medium weight to it. Great food wine.

8.8

Alexis Bendjouia

Perfect red for whatevs. My secret Santa gift from Javi!!! Ate at the crib with Ernie and meatballs.

Perfect red for whatevs. My secret Santa gift from Javi!!! Ate at the crib with Ernie and meatballs.

9.5

Andrey Goncharov

Кислая слива, айва. Кажется, будто ещё чуть сыровато.

Кислая слива, айва. Кажется, будто ещё чуть сыровато.

8.8

Shawn O'Donnell

The first Barbera I haven't liked. There's always a first. Too tart, almost vinegar like.

The first Barbera I haven't liked. There's always a first. Too tart, almost vinegar like.

7.5

Jen Campbell

Light with medium plus acidity, slightly bready on the nose. Excellent paired with good Italian food

Light with medium plus acidity, slightly bready on the nose. Excellent paired with good Italian food

8.9

Sam Rosenstein

Light body, low tannin, medium acid, medium alcohol. Slight spice afterwards, little fruity. Much baking spice, medium to very sour. Maybe slight pepper as well.

Light body, low tannin, medium acid, medium alcohol. Slight spice afterwards, little fruity. Much baking spice, medium to very sour. Maybe slight pepper as well.

8.9

Jon Ebsworth

At Kricket in Soho. Fleshy. Developed well over the course of the bottle.

At Kricket in Soho. Fleshy. Developed well over the course of the bottle.

9.2

Location

  • 3521 V Street Northeast
    Washington D.C., DC 20018

  • Hours:
    By appointment only, Monday - Saturday: 8am - 5pm
    Client pick up hours, Monday - Friday: 9am - 4pm