Red

2005 Domenico Clerico Barbera d'Alba Trevigne

Barbera

  • Italy
  • Piedmont
  • Alba
  • Barbera d'Alba
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Community Tasting Notes 30

  • John McCabe wrote: (92 points)

    November 29, 2016 - This has improed a lot over the years. This has a menthol, anise, petrol-like tone, along with some red fruit. This is really interesting, especially at the pricepoint. This is assertive, with a grittiness.

  • John McCabe wrote: (90 points)

    February 4, 2016 - Pretty pleasant at this stage of its development. The acidity is a bit pronounced but I find that's often the case with Barberas. Pretty jammy, nice fruit, incisive and lively, a bit tart. Definitely more of a food wine vs. something to have by itself.

  • jeffyboy wrote: (91 points)

    August 25, 2015 - Tart cherries, so fresh! With sweet notes. Deep. Great. Taste: even some tannins, Cherries, balanced, good nice acid. So juicy, so good.

  • JohanOhman Likes this wine: (90 points)

    December 12, 2014 - Blev lite överraskad när jag först sippade på denna mogna barbera, då den uppvisade rätt tydlig lyxig ek. Men efter att googlat och sett att den lagrats på 50% ny fransk ek föll saker på plats. Eken är som sagt rätt lyxigt och angenäm. Att lägga till det finns mängder av frukt, främst volatila körsbär och hallon. Rätt så bra balans också, med härlig italiensk syra och snälla men tydliga tanniner. Alkoholen är hög, men det känns inte nämnvärt. För 149kr är detta väldigt prisvärt och gott. 89-91/100.

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    Elegant new french oak, lushious volatile dark cherries and rasberries. Good balance at a very good price.

  • karl.1480 Does not like this wine:

    October 10, 2014 - Deep garnet color.

    Developing nose with black fruit, oak, spices and violets. I know that Clerico is considered a modern producer and this wine has seen 100% french oak, 50% new and 50% old, but this has to much oak. Or the wine doesn't have the fruit to balance the oak.

    Dry, oaky, woody and some black fruit and spice on the palate. Lacking the finesse and delicacy that some Barberas can offer. Drink now.

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  • By Stephen Tanzer
    November/December 2007, IWC Issue #135 (link)

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  • By Jancis Robinson, MW
    10/26/2007 (link)

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  • By Antonio Galloni
    Piedmont Report (Oct 2007) (link)

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Wine Library TV

  • By Gary Vaynerchuk
    The Barbera Episode, Episode #347, 11/8/2007 (link) 90 points

    (Clerico Tre Vigne Barbera) #3; COLOR-super dark; NOSE-the most New World (hints of Oak, Vanilla, cream); cinnamon components; TASTE-has the New World lushness; tobacco for days; some peppermint; lush dark black cherries; very explosive; little Oak Monster; New World Italian love; extremely well made New World/Old World wine; WS-91; GV-90

Wine Definition

  • Vintage 2005
  • Type Red
  • Producer Domenico Clerico
  • Varietal Barbera
  • Designation Trevigne
  • Vineyard n/a
  • Country Italy
  • Region Piedmont
  • SubRegion Alba
  • Appellation Barbera d'Alba

Community Holdings

  • Pending Delivery 0 (0%)
  • In Cellars 36 (20%)
  • Consumed 144 (80%)

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