This youthful unoaked barbera is showing lots of depth and expression. Rich aromas of cherry, raspberry and blackberry with white pepper and a touch of fennel lead to a slightly salty and bitter palate with plenty of weight and substance. This is a casual wine meant to be drunk young, but, given some time, it will likely develop and mature into a seriously complex wine in a year or two, even in screwcaps. Pair it with casual fare, bring it to a BBQ! It will go nicely with burgers, ribs, sausages, steak, kebabs and also pizza.