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2010 Brunello by Fattoria dei Barbi, for your gift giving and Christmas feast consideration
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2010 Brunello by Fattoria dei Barbi, for your gift giving and Christmas feast consideration

Despite the high demand for Brunello di Montalcino from the 2010 vintage, there are still some bottles left in the U.S. market. We recommend using WineSearcher.com to source them from retail outlets. The following are just some of the recent accolades we’ve received for our 2010 wines. Click here for all of our recent accolades. … Continue reading

How one of Fattoria dei Barbi’s wines helped to shape a wine writer’s career
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How one of Fattoria dei Barbi’s wines helped to shape a wine writer’s career

Browsing around the internets the other day, we were pleased to stumble across the following note on the Decanter.com site. It’s from one of the profiles of the team members who produce content for the masthead (one of our favorites): Whilst refusing to decide on a favourite wine, though [Decanter contributor Harry Fawkes] can reel … Continue reading

Brunello 2011: A tasting note from one of the Italian wine world’s favorite tasters and wine bloggers
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Brunello 2011: A tasting note from one of the Italian wine world’s favorite tasters and wine bloggers

Federico Bindi’s Taccuin di Vino is one of those lovely gems of a wine blog that may not be well known outside of Italy but is devoured joyously by Italian wine insiders and lovers on a regular basis. Its popularity among the Italian wine intelligentsia is owed, no doubt, to his extreme ability as a … Continue reading

Brusco dei Barbi inspires a fine piece of wine writing on the popular site Lavinium
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Brusco dei Barbi inspires a fine piece of wine writing on the popular site Lavinium

A wonderful, thoughtful write-up of Fattoria dei Barbi’s Brusco dei Barbi by Fulvia Clerici Bagozzi and Mario Crosta for the popular Italian wine-centric website Lavinium (translation by our blogmaster). A smart ruby red wine that was born following Giovanni Colombini’s lengthy studies in the 1960s and 1970s on the fermentation of grapes grown in Montalcino. … Continue reading