Grapes of Italy
Barbera: : B. d'Alba, B. d'Asti, B. del Monferrato, Canavese, Colli Tortonesi, Langhe, Collina Torinese, Colline Novaresi, Gabiano.
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Barbera grape variety Barbera is the second most widely grown red wine grape of Italy, where it is found mostly in Piedmont in the north, and to a lesser extent in central and southern Italy. It dates back to the Thirteenth Century. Barbera can be found include Argentina, Brazil, and Uruguay.It is widely grown in the Central and Napa Valleys of California, where it has evolved from jug-wine status.