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Nebbiolo is a sweet red wine Singapore grape variety grown in the Piedmont region of northwestern Italy. The name Nebbiolo means “fog” in Italian, and this variety is known for its high acidity and tannins, making it a challenging wine to produce and age. 

Nebbiolo Wine 

Nebbiolo wine is an Italy red wine made from the Nebbiolo grape. This Italian wine is noted for its intense aroma, flavours, and long finish. Nebbiolo wines are typically aged in oak barrels for at least one year and can often be cellared for many years. 

Nebbiolo Red Wine in Singapore 

Nebbiolo is an Italian wine grape varietal, and the name Nebbiolo red wine in Singapore typically refers to a red wine made from this grape. Some of the best examples of Nebbiolo red wine in Singapore come from Barolo wine and Barbaresco in Italy’s Piedmont region. Our collection has some great examples for those looking forward to trying something new today, so try your best wine delivery Singapore today. 

FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) 

What Nebbiolo Tastes Like? 

The Nebbiolo grape has a unique flavour profile that can be difficult to describe but generally has notes of tar, roses, and raspberries. 

What Food to Pair with Nebbiolo?

Nebbiolo’s delicate flavours and aromas will complement a wide variety of foods. However, some dishes work better than others. For example, Nebbiolo pairs well with red meat, game meats, and pasta dishes with rich sauces. 

Is Barolo the Same as Nebbiolo? 

Barolo is a wine region in northwest Italy. Nebbiolo grapes grow best in this region, where most Barolo wine is made. Therefore, Nebbiolo wines from other parts of Italy may not taste the same as Barolo wines. 

Is Barbera Nebbiolo? 

Nebbiolo and Barbera d’alba are two different grape varieties that produce different wines. Nebbiolo wines are typically red, dry, and tannic, while Barbera wines are typically red, fruity, and easy to drink. So, if you are looking for a delicious Nebbiolo wine to pair with your next meal, check out some of the great options on our website. 

More in Nebbiolo Wines from Benchmark Wines 

  • You can now buy big bottle wine of Nebbiolo, i.e., magnum wine and double magnums. Remember, the bigger the bottle, the bigger the savings. 
  • All types of Nebbiolo wines are also available in natural wine Singapore format, which means, easy on the pocket, easy on the planet, and made with integrated sustainable farming practices. 
  • You can buy your favorite Nebbiolo wine in cases of wine: A Benchmark special curated wine offer for more savings on more shopping. 
  • Use Benchmark Wine’s special wine prong to pop open your Nebbiolo wine bottles without breaking your cork.