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Barbera d'Asti

Price £13.70

In the glass there is a bold deep ruby hue and enticing aromas of ripe red cherries, raspberries, and hints of spice. The first sip reveals a medium body, rich red fruit flavours and bright streak of freshness. The soft, smooth tannins and clean finish make this an excellent wine to drink alongside cheeses and charcuterie. It can even be served slightly chilled in the summer with salads and tomato-based pasta dishes.

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