Ceretto Barbaresco 2013, it does go boom

by  |  22-08-2016

If I were to tell you that Nebbiolo was spelled with two b’s, you’d look at me like I was an imbecile as yes, there are indeed two b’s in Nebbiolo. But, if I were to ask you what the two b’s were, well, you’d probably still look at me like I was an imbecile as they’re obviously just letters. Duh. But when it comes to Nebbiolo, these b’s make for an easy way to remember the two main regions in Italy with this grape which are Barolo and Barbaresco. The first is difficult as it needs countless years to age before it reaches its full elegance and the prices have been launching upwards as collectors now see it as an “affordable” Burgundy alternative. While some producers are now creating Barolo that is to drink earlier, that $15 2013 Barolo at Trader Joe’s is probably a no-go. Barbaresco is a […]
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