Bella Grace Vineyards

Amador County Barbera

9.55 ratings
9.11 pro ratings
Amador County, Sierra Foothills, California, USA
Barbera
Top Notes For
Randy Fuller

The wine has a rustic nose that bears a bit of tar, a bit of bramble and a bit of spearmint. The oak on the palate is sweet and tasty with generous red fruit and holiday spices. The tannins grip enough, but not too hard. The finish carries some rosemary to a lengthy end. Roasted chicken and potatoes, with the potatoes burnt just a bit is what you want with this.

The wine has a rustic nose that bears a bit of tar, a bit of bramble and a bit of spearmint. The oak on the palate is sweet and tasty with generous red fruit and holiday spices. The tannins grip enough, but not too hard. The finish carries some rosemary to a lengthy end. Roasted chicken and potatoes, with the potatoes burnt just a bit is what you want with this.

Apr 18th, 2016
Eric Shanks

Pleasant Coravin stab. Wet tar, burnt tart plums and a whiff of spearmint. Nice oak on the nose and palate. Smooth. Nice surprise on a Sunday night.

Pleasant Coravin stab. Wet tar, burnt tart plums and a whiff of spearmint. Nice oak on the nose and palate. Smooth. Nice surprise on a Sunday night.

Jan 8th, 2018
Aris ford

Jess brewed wine

Jess brewed wine

Jul 16th, 2017
Scott Fausel

A genuine surprise in how much we enjoyed this Amador Co Barbara. Complex and satisfying sip of wine.

A genuine surprise in how much we enjoyed this Amador Co Barbara. Complex and satisfying sip of wine.

May 12th, 2017
Kari Holway

Kari had this 2 years ago

Kari had this 2 years ago

Jun 3rd, 2016