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End-of-Bin Closeout $25 Barbaresco

This is pretty cool! We absolutely kill with Cantine Povero’s entry-level Barbera d’Asti, and as I was looking through their other offerings, I came across a single six-pack of a closeout Barolo and a six-pack closeout case of Barbaresco. Sadly the Barolo wasn’t actually in inventory. But we snagged the Barbaresco, and at a great price!

2016 Cantine Povero “Batu” Barbaresco-This 100% Nebbiolo was aged for 24 months in oak and exhibits that classic Nebbiolo floral character and firm structure and, with a decant, is just about in its prime drinking window.

“Aromas of menthol and roasted coffee bean lead the nose. It’s straightforward, with red berry and star anise alongside solid but not very persistent tannins. Drink 2020–2025.” 87pts Wine Enthusiast

Cantine Povero

This isn’t a massive, towering, age-for-decades Barbaresco, but it is an really nice introduction to the DOCG and at an excellent price! We received six bottles, and they’re on the Crazy Closeout endcap right across from the register in Wine and Spirits.

$25.99/bottle (save $14.00!)




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