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The Barbera grape is widely found in Piedmont, Lombardy and in various regions of central Italy and its cultivation has widely expanded over the years, making it the most planted varietal in Piedmont and together with the Sangiovese, the mostly planted in Italy. Initially the Barbera was considered an average grape, but over time, thanks to forward thinking wine makers, its reputation has grown and has become appreciated, producing excellent wines. The Barbera together with the Nebbiolo, has several denominations, the most important are Barbera D’Alba and Barbera D’Asti, each one with different characteristics due to their terroir

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