Wine: Bet on Barolo and Barbaresco this autumn

These wines from the north-west of Italy are perfect for the changing of the seasons

4th October, 2020
Wine: Bet on Barolo and Barbaresco this autumn
Piemonte is the home of the broody and regal nebbiolo grape and the juicy and bright barbera and dolcetto

Sitting in an open kitchen at a large wooden table with a plastic table cloth draped over it, I am in awe. There are two bottles in front of me, delicate fine wines with the potential to age, but so delicious now.

Their vibrancy, combined with my fear of offending the quiet man opposite me, means I don’t spit despite needing to drive later that afternoon. Instead I take just two small sips of each...

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