Réva Barbera d'Alba Superiore DOC 2021
  • Barbera
  • Organic, Vegan-Friendly
  • Dry
  • Medium Bodied
  • 750ml
  • 15% alc./vol

Réva Barbera d'Alba Superiore DOC 2021

Piedmont, Italy
Regular price $36.95per bottle ($443.40per case)
12 bottles per case

Juicy & Spicy

Réva winery focuses on producing wines of excellence with extreme attention to the particular characteristics of each grape variety and the utmost respect for diversity.  All the vineyards are cultivated organically and the estate is run by a group of young professionals who value both tradition and innovation.   

The grapes of Barbera grow in Monforte d'Alba, San Sebastiano Novello and the special single vineyard of Ravera, on clay and sandy soils. The grapes macerate on the skins for 30 days and, after pressing, the wine ages for 12 months in tonneaux and barriques.

On the nose, this wine shows outstanding character with hints of red berries, juicy fruits and vanilla from time spent in barrel. Full and persistent flavours of cherries and wild blueberries on the palate with hints of spice and a medium long finish.

This Barbera d'Alba is very versatile, it is a real food-wine. Have fun pairing it with spiced dishes and savoury meats: grilled pork, braised lamb dishes, spaghetti and meatballs; or risotto with mushrooms!

About the Winery


Réva is a winery based in Monforte D’Alba, within the Langhe area, in Piedmont, west northern Italy. Its aim is to bring the most brilliant young people of the area together, entrusting them with the task of expressing themselves in the most creative and professional way possible. This is Réva’s Wave, a dynamic team that represents the new Langhe generation, in constant communication with tradition, without the fear of reinterpreting it.

Today the vineyard sites which spread over 4 villages, Monforte D’Alba, Serralunga D’Alba, Novello and Barolo are all managed directly with the entire agronomic work done manually. Strong sustainable vineyards conduction, certified organic, they believe that their biggest challenge is not inventing anything but just define and express the beauty of the land where they live.

Behind every glass of wine there is an expression, expression of terroir, varietal, the varietal is for them everything, indigenous, they speak of the land and, last but not least, passion for what they do. Simply as that.

Press Reviews

Wine Align

92 points - Michael Godel

The barbera comes from three sources, Monforte d'Alba, San Sebastiano Novello and Ravera, the latter also being the source for one of Réva’s single-vineyard Barolo. So typically Réva in that this just does not feel, act, look, affect or drink like any other Barbera d’Alba. Though it’s clearly a varietal wine it just seems like it swims with nebbiolo more so than similar wines of the ilk and with a depth that does not rely on overkill of wood to make that happen. Sure you feel some texture and spiciness from the barrel but the fruit is just so open, accentuated and intense. Not a big barbera per se (though it does list at 15 per cent) but instead one that speaks in exclamations. Réva’s bd’A stands up to be counted, lauded and noticed. Drink 2023-2026. Tasted May 2022.