Click here to see wines that are similar
Sending wines as gift has never been easier. Simply click the button at the checkout and will not include any invoices in the package.
We offer most competitive shipping rates. Shipping cost is directly related to the weight of the package. Please add the items to your cart to see the precise cost of the shipping to your destination.
We strive towards operational excellency and 100% satisfied customer record. If for any reason you are not happy about your order, you have the right to cancel your order within 14 days of the purchase for the full refund. For details please refer to 8Wines.com Returns & Refund Policy.
Our checkout is 100% secured with the industry's best 256bit encryption. You can checkout using major credit card or Paypal.
Our multilingual support staff is here to help you through every step of the way. Our helpdesk business hours are Monday to Friday 8am to 5pm.
DetailsDrink now through to 2026.
Decant one hour before serving.
This luscious Barbera delights the eye with a vibrant ruby red hue and seduces the senses with jammy plums, red cherries and raspberry aromas and flavours. The grapes for this wine all come from the Bricco San Biagio hill where Ciabot Berton own a small vineyard planted with 60 year old Barbera vines. The light sandy soils here help create floral, elegant wines which rank among the region’s best Barberas. Thanks to the vibrant freshness and light oaky touch from the ageing in casks, this is a perfect match for pasta served with rich meaty sauces.
Located in the small village of La Morra which is famed for its elegant, finely-structured Barolo wines, the Ciabot Berton winery has built a strong reputation for carefully-made, deeply expressive reds. The family-run estate is cared for by enologist Marco Oberto and his agronomist sister Paola who took over from their father Luigi in the 1990s.
Even by Italian standards the Obertos have a deep connection with the land. A La Morra land register dating from 1200 mentions the family name, while references to the Obertos’ involvement in grape growing start appear from 1800. Today Marco and Paola enjoy making refined single vineyard wines, carefully tailoring their approach to get the best from each of their six vineyards. They also continue to use traditional winemaking techniques like long macerations and extended ageing in large Slovenian oak casks as well as practicing organic viticulture.