The region of Paso Robles from which this Barbera hails sees hot, sunny days, followed by chilly evenings. These dramatic temperature shifts allow the fruit to ripen optimally, while the clay soils, rich in mineral and lime, help to maintain the fruit's natural acidity. The result is a wine that's concentrated, yet vibrant and focused. This wine makes an excellent partner for grilled pork and other meats.
Recipe PairingsMoorish Pork Kabobs (Pinchos Morunos)
Paso Robles, Central Coast, California, United States
Leg Of Lamb
Spain is the nation most widely planted with grapevines, with 2.9 million acres. But both France and Italy actually produce more wine each year than Spain.