The Barbera grapes grown in the Barolo region produce a finished wine with a full structure and plummy, spicy, complex flavours. Pio Cesare’s Barbera plots are found in south or south-east facing vineyards rooted in limestone, clay, and sandstone. The sun and warmth captured at these sites produces fruit with well-developed skin tannins, colour, and flavour compounds. You’ll find blackberries in the aroma and a hint of toasted tobacco. This is a Barbera with the potential for a long life.