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The most popular Nebbiolo-based wines, Barolo and Barbaresco, are quite expensive. Luckily, you can get your cherry, tar, and rose-fix from a few other regions where there are more pocketbook-friendly options. The neighboring regions such as Roero, Gattinara, Ghemme, Nebbiolo d’Alba and Langhe in Piedmont, as well as Valtellina in Lombardy, are made with 70-100% Nebbiolo and offer similar (if not strikingly similar – Roero) flavor profiles to Barolo, with a little lighter tannin and price.

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  1. Viberti Langhe 'Inisj' DOCG 2010

    90 Points - Wine Enthusiast “It’s the same as Sassicaia with their 'Super Tuscans' ; we make an IGT wine that’s a better wine than Barolo!! If you blend a little Barbera with Nebbiolo you get the vibrancy." - Claudio Viberti It might be hard to pronounce "Inisj" ('en-see'); but is a superb innovative blend from the fabulous 2010 Barolo vintage. Complex with ripe red fruits, herbs & concentrated layers of dark berries. Full-bodied & elegant, with perfectly balanced bright acidity & soft tannins on the finish. A "Super Barolo"? An extremely limited-production (1500 bottles) & only made in the finest vintages.
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  2. Viberti 'Buon Padre' Barolo DOCG 2011

    At $59 this Barolo is a steal! Unlike most Barolo's that take years to soften this Buon Padre is approachable & enjoyable now. The 2011 Buon Padre (“good father”) is a balanced blend of grapes from five vineyards in the Barolo village. Lots of lovely flavours of black cherry, cinnamon & fresh raspberry that emerge from this elegant Barolo finishing with balanced brisk acidity & tight tannins.
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