La Gemella means twin, and this wine was named to honor the winemaker's mother, who was herself a twin. The mother was also a lover of Barbera, and she would be greatly honored if she could taste this wine.
Beautiful scents of cherries, berries, crushed roses and oak. Some Piedmontese licorice on the palate but tannins are ripe and supple. As to be expected from Barbera, the acids are ample and lively, bringing me back for sip after sip. Drinking beautifully right now.