BARBO A.T.I.U. 1861 di BARBERO F. & BOFFA R. s.n.c.

The most representative wine of the Piedmont region. Its beginnings can be traced back to the 1700’s. Robust, with a rich personality, well structured, it is produced from quality grapes from carefully selected vineyards which are exposed to the best of the Italian sunlight. Made by traditional wine making methods it is finished in small oak casks which bring out its full body and rich balanced flavours with hints, reminiscent of the woodland undergrowth.
It is best served with meat dishes, game and mature cheeses.

Temperature 18 Degrees.

barbera del monferrato - barbo 1861

A wine of the Piedmont region with a rich history and created from grapes chosen from across the province of Asti and Alexandria. Traditionally made and finished in medium
casks to enhance the quality and fine vanilla flavours. Full bodied and well balanced.
It is best served best with rich dishes and salamis.
Temperature 18 Degrees.

BARBO A.T.I.U. 1861 di BARBERO F. & BOFFA R. s.n.c.

Nebbiolo is considered the king of the vines in the “le Langhe” region. It is a local variety originating in the Piedmont region and is considered one of the best wines in the world. Its elegant finish and smooth, well structured, lingering flavour define its character.

Know as a ‘noble vine’ back in the XVI Century it has always been a benchmark for oenologists, worldwide. The grapes come from vines cultivated in the sunniest areas in the hills to the left of the Tanaro river. The colour is a brilliant deep red with a very good body
giving hints of orange and delicate aromas enhanced by the tannin which elicits a slightly dry and a savoury end.

It goes well, served with starters and meaty main courses.

Temperature 18 Degrees.

dogliani superiore - barbo 1861

Dolcetto is an old local vine of the Piedmont region which counts as one of the eleven ‘Denominazione di Origine’, and is limited to the area called Dogliani. Its characteristics evolve through the year of its ‘finish’ in the cellars of the Winery after which it may be labelled Superiore. Ruby red, and intense fresh flavours of red fruits and a slightly almond taste at the end.
Temperature 18 Degrees.


roero arneis - barbo 1861

The vines of Arnais are very old in their origin and their use was already recorded in the 1400’s in the Roero region. For centuries the grapes grown in the rich soil of the region were used mostly for dessert wine production and only in the last few decades has a quality white wine been produced in its own right. The colour is a light yellow, deep, with green tints and aromas of flowers and fresh fruits and is characterised by its good body, acidity and slightly bitter almonds on the finish. It gains recognition for the harmony and elegance of emotions that it can inspire.
Temperature 8-10 Degrees.

piemonte chardonnay - barbo 1861

This wine with its beautiful light yellow colour is obtained through selected grapes from the
Piedmont region. A slight press is applied to obtain a fermentation from only the flower of the must at a strictly controlled temperature of 18 degrees. This gives its defined character and delicate flavour. The wine is aged for a few months with the wine lees before being filtered and bottled. It is a fresh and fruity wine lingering on the palate with hints on the finish of ripe summer fruit. It is perfect with aperitifs or nibbles and light dishes, it compliments too, fish and shellfish and also milder cheeses.

Temperature 8-10 Degrees


moscato d'asti - barbo 1861

A traditional dessert wine par excellence. Light yellow in colour, almost gold, with a pleasantly aromatic flavour and with floral hints and fruity taste. Sweet and delicate on the palate, combined with a lasting fragrant aroma. It goes well with all puddings, dried fruits and patisserie.

Temperature 8 degrees

brachetto d'acqui - barbo 1861

It’s unmistakable effervescence and perfume taste, make for a fizzy and aromatic wine
suitable for all social occasions. This is truly an excellent Italian wine. It presents with an intense ruby red colour with a tinge of purple moving towards a pink or light burgundy. It is delicate and aromatic on the nose with an aftertaste of mature fruit and scented flowers with a hint of musk.
Temperature 8 Degrees.


barolo - barbo 1861

A fine wine known for its excellence and originating in the Langhe region was produced
through the influence of Camillo Benso, Conte di Cavour by Giulia Colbert Faletti, last of the Marquisse of Barolo. Production began in the middle of the 19th Century creating a wine that is intensely rich and well balanced that was appreciated in all the Royal Courts of Europe. Made by traditional methods, with a long fermentation process from 100% Nebbiolo grapes, obtained from the best vineyards. It is finished in oak casks in the centuries old ageing tradition, which help to give it that slight suggestion of spices and floral character.
It is rich and robust like the land where it comes from.
Temperature 18 – 20 Degrees.

barbaresco - barbo 1861

With an intense and brilliant ruby red colour, this complex wine elicits a bouquet reminiscent of raspberry and red berry jam. Its geranium and violet aromas are complimented by hints of green pepper, cinnamon and nutmeg with a woody finish of toasted nuts and vanilla.

The secret of this noble wine is the land around Alba with its chalk hills and clay substrate that is famed for the white truffle. The vineyards growing the Nebbiolo grape on these hills form the backdrop of what is the most magnificent scenery.
Temperature 18 – 20 Degrees.

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