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  1. Barbera is a red wine, medium to heavy body, with a great ruby red color and flavors of berry.
  2. Barbera is a wine grape variety from Monferrato in Piemonte, Italy.
  3. Barbera: A wine grape best known for producing red wines in the Piedmont district of Italy.
  4. Barbera is a red wine grape variety that is either the most- or second most-planted variety in Italy.
  5. Barbera is a red wine grape found primarily in Italy's Piedmont region.


  1. This Barbera ages for 12-14 months in cask.
  2. Barbera likes warm climates and can give high yields.
  3. Barbera came to Australia via University of California, Davis in the 1960s.
  4. Our 2004 Barbera is a "serious" wine, incredibly aromatic and full bodied.
  5. The elevation, soil and warm climate of Amdor is perfect for growing Barbera fruit.

Sound Effects

  1. A fifth CD was added in 1996, entitled Hanna-Barbera Lost Treasures, and featured more sound effects, including sounds from Space Ghost and The Impossibles.
  2. In the 1980s, Hanna-Barbera slowly began to cease using their trademark sound effects.
  3. When Hanna and Barbera started their own cartoon studio in 1957, they created a handful of sound effects, and had limited choices.


  1. QOTD: I have had a Barbera from Alba but not a Delcetto.
  2. The Barbera d'Alba is a younger wine with fresh fruit intensity.

Warner Bros

  1. Nowadays, like Hanna-Barbera, they are used sparingly, while some cartoons like Warner Bros.
  2. The last official Hanna-Barbera production was Scooby-Doo and the Cyber Chase, which was co-produced with Warner Bros.
  3. That year, the Hanna-Barbera building was closed and the studio was moved to the Warner Bros.
  4. Sketch N' Cel - Animation art gallery that specializing in fine production animation art from Disney, Warner Bros, Hanna-Barbera and other major studios.
  5. Dialogue, music, and sound effects were emphasized over action, leading Chuck Jones, a contemporary who worked for Hanna and Barbera's rivals at Warner Bros.


  1. Starting in 1965, Hanna-Barbera tried its hand at being a record label for a short time.
  2. Besides Scooby-Doo and the programs derived from it, Hanna-Barbera also found success with new programs such as Harlem Globetrotters and Hong Kong Phooey.
  3. H-B released a seven-LP record set in 1986 entitled The Hanna-Barbera Library of Sounds, which contained many of the classic effects.
  4. In 1991, Hanna-Barbera and much of the original Ruby-Spears library were acquired by Turner Broadcasting.
  5. In 1990, burdened with debt, Great American put both Hanna-Barbera and Ruby-Spears up for sale.


  1. During the late 1990s, Turner turned Hanna-Barbera towards primarily producing new material for the Cartoon Network.
  2. Around 1998, the Hanna-Barbera name began to disappear from the newer shows from the studio in favor of the Cartoon Network Studios name.
  3. The Hanna-Barbera studio especially captured the market for Saturday morning cartoons.
  4. This came in handy with shows that were produced outside of Hanna-Barbera, but Cartoon Network had a hand in producing, like a.k.a.
  5. Animation; whereas most Cartoon Network series previously produced by Hanna-Barbera are copyrighted by the channel itself.

Piedmont Region

  1. BARBERA: Semi-classic grape commonly grown in the Piedmont region and most of northern Italy.
  2. The piedmont region uses Barbera grapes to produce Verbesco, a light, dry slightly effervescent ( frizzante) white wine made as a blanc de noir.


  1. Look for wines form the region of Piemonte, made from Barbera or Dolcetto grape.
  2. The defining character of Piemonte Barbera is an ethereal spiciness and that bone- jarring, teeth-scouring acidity.
  3. Barbera (Bar-BARE-ah) - Grape used to make hearty red wines in the Piemonte of Northwestern Italy, also California.


  1. Hanna-Barbera was one of the first animation studios to successfully produce cartoons especially for television.
  2. Hanna-Barbera is an American animation studio that dominated North American television animation during the second half of the 20th century.


  1. Cartoons when the duo was at MGM, to disparagingly refer to the limited TV cartoons produced by Hanna-Barbera and others as "illustrated radio".
  2. Hanna and Barbera hired most of their MGM unit to work for H-B Enterprises, which became a full-fledged production company at this time.

Low Tannins

  1. BARBERA A red wine grape from Piedmont (see) in Italy that makes a tart wine, usually higher in acidity than in tannins.
  2. Barbera wines are deep ruby color, have luscious berry flavors with medium body and low tannin levels.
  3. You are here: Home By Varietal Barbera Bordeaux or Bordeaux Blend Usually produces an intense red wine with deep color, low tannins and high acid.


  1. I've reviewed two of those wines, the 2003 Vinas del Cenit Tempranillo and the 2005 Braida di Giacomo Montebruna Barbera.
  2. For its wine o’ the week, the LA Times evokes fall with the 2004 Giuseppe Mascarello Barbera d’Alba Santo Stefano di Perno ($21).


  1. Barbera went to Argentina with Italian immigrants.
  2. Other Italian red varieties include Barbera, Brachetto, and Dolcetto, some of which are grown elsewhere.


  1. Our Barbera has an intense ruby colour with garnet reflections.
  2. Barbera d'Alba Beni di Batasiolo 2004 $20 - bright ruby red.
  3. Aged, Barbera has a beautiful ruby red color and a taste and bouquet that recall Barolo.
  4. Contrary to Barolo or Barbaresco, a Barbera wine is not a dark and sinister purple but a brighter ruby red.


  1. It is the most successful grape variety in Italy 's Piedmont region, where it makes such wines as Barbera d' Asti, Barbera di Monferato and Barbera di Alba.
  2. Barbera --- The Barbera grape occupies nearly 35% of Piedmont ---s 53,000 hectares of vineyards.
  3. Barbera (bar- bear -ah) is a red grape grown in the Piedmont region of Italy.
  4. Piedmont---s provinces of Asti and Alessandria provide optimum conditions for the Barbera grape, and it is suspected to have originated from here.


  1. Barbera is believed to have originated in the hills of Monferrato in central Piemonte, Italy and is known from the thirteenth century.
  2. Barbera is found in the north western part of Italy, particularly in Monferrato, and to a lesser extent further south.
  3. It is sourced from barbera grapes grown in the Alto Monferrato area, between Acqui and Ovada.


  1. Previously, children's records with Hanna-Barbera cartoon characters were released by Colpix Records.
  2. Starting in 1965, Hanna-Barbera tried its hand at being a record label for a short time.

Oak Tannins

  1. The '05 Boroli Barbera is dry, concentrated and yet fresh, with some oak tannins.
  2. A straightforward Barbera that will show balance of berry fruit, acidity, depth, and a dearth of tannins.


  1. Tom and Jerry are cartoon-film characters that were created in 1939 by American animators William Hanna and Joseph Barbera.
  2. Animation on projects relating to Hanna-Barbera and Tom & Jerry properties until his death on December 18, 2006.


  1. Presenta i vini barbaresco, dolcetto e barbera Doc, la critica e i contatti.
  2. Here you encounter three of the four ---B---s--- of Italy --- Barolo, Barbaresco, and Barbera.


  1. The earlier-ripening Barbera is grown on the cooler lower slopes below the Nebbiolo, and other secondary locations.
  2. Very widely planted in Italy; more than Sangiovese and Nebbiolo, Barbera is a grape known for its tarry character and low-tannins.
  3. Along with Dolcetto it is what the Piedmontese drink while waiting for the Barbera and Nebbiolo to mature.
  4. Barbera and Nebbiolo are the two other Italian varieties which are highly regarded in Australia.
  5. The earlier-ripening Barbera is grown on the cooler lower slopes below the Nebbiolo, and other secondary locations.


  1. The most important wines produced at San Lorenzo are Barbera and Lambiccato, a sweet wine made with local clones of the Moscato grape.
  2. Delicious Barbera, aromatic Moscato the splendid Brachetto and the famous Italian Spumante are all produced here.

Italian Immigrants

  1. As in Argentina, Barbera was brought by Italian immigrants to Brazil.
  2. Italian immigrants brought Barbera to the Napa Valley and Central Valley of California, where it is quite widely grown.


  1. Hanna-Barbera also aligned themselves with Ruby-Spears Productions, which was founded in 1977 by former H-B employees Joe Ruby and Ken Spears.
  2. Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera both went into semi-retirement, yet continued to serve as ceremonial figureheads for the studio.


  1. H-B's then-parent Taft Broadcasting purchased Ruby-Spears from Filmways in 1981, and Ruby-Spears often paired their productions with Hanna-Barbera shows.
  2. Hanna and Barbera hired most of their MGM unit to work for H-B Enterprises, which became a full-fledged production company starting in 1957.
  3. By 1959, H-B Enterprises was reincorporated as Hanna-Barbera Productions, and had become a leader in television animation production.


  1. Barbera vines were introduced here a few decades ago with excellent results.
  2. In the early 1990s, Hanna-Barbera introduced new versions of earlier properties such as Yo Yogi!, Tom and Jerry Kids, its spin-off Droopy: Master Detective.


  1. All three DOCs have 'Superiore' equivalents (eg Barbera d'Asti Superiore DOC), which typically require an extra 0.5% alcohol and at least 6 months in barrel.
  2. Aged Barbera is denominated "Barbera Superiore" and is sometimes aged in French barriques to become "Barbera Barricato".


  1. The best known appellation is Barbera d'Asti.
  2. All three DOCs have 'Superiore' equivalents (eg Barbera d'Asti Superiore DOC), which typically require an extra 0.5% alcohol and at least 6 months in barrel.
  3. This region has a DOCG designation, and is also known for the production of Barbera d'Asti, Dolcetto d---Asti, and Asti Spumante.
  4. The Barbera varietal is used as a blending agent to produce Barbera d'Asti.
  5. It is zesty, with a full flavour; a good Barbera d---Asti can be as smooth as silk.

Red Grape

  1. Barbera, Northern Italian red grape which is the second most planted red grape in Italy (after Sangiovese).
  2. Barbera (bar- bear -ah) is a red grape grown in the Piedmont region of Italy.


  1. A single-vineyard fi eld-blend of 96% Dolcetto, 2% Freisa, and 2% Barbera.
  2. The Rosso is a blend of Nebbiolo, Dolcetto, Barbera and Freisa from this first-rate Barolo producer.
  3. Barbera, Dolcetto, Freisa, and Other: These are wines that the Piemontese drink after they export the Barolo.


  1. The Hanna-Barbera studio especially captured the market for Saturday morning cartoons.
  2. Super Friends, a Hanna-Barbera produced adaptation of DC Comics ' Justice League of America comic book, remained on Saturday mornings from 1973 to 1986.


  1. No other wine has the versatility that can cut through tomato sauce or compliment a steak as nicely as Barbera wine.
  2. Food and Wine Pairing: Tomato based pasta dishes are perfect matches to serve with Barbera.


  1. Flavorwise, Charbono is the cousin of Barbera, fairly tannic with medium to full body.
  2. Thought to be a relative of Barbera or Dolcetto or both varieties, Charbono is not produced as a single varietal in Italy.


  1. From this plot Vietti has been bottling a separate Barbera, called Scarrone Vigna Vecchia.
  2. Drinking Vietti's Alba and Asti Barbera Tre Vignes together will give you a good idea as to which style you prefer.


  1. In 1989, much of Hanna-Barbera's staff responded to a call from Warner Bros.
  2. Barbera responded dramatically to machine pruning with a 45% overall yield increase over hand pruning.


  1. William Hanna and Joseph Barbera first teamed together while working at the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer animation studio in 1939.
  2. Several Hanna-Barbera cartoon characters along with caricatures of William Hanna and Joseph Barbera themselves.

Blending Grape

  1. Known for its rich color, low tannins and high acid, Barbera was used as a blending grape.
  2. In the DOCs of Langhe and Monferrato, Cabernet is a permitted blending grape with Nebbiolo as well as Barbera.


  1. The pre Barbera is simple in structure with spare fruit character that is accentuated with an sharp acidic tang.
  2. Conterno is known more for its various Barolos, but they also have a solid and flavorful Barbara d'Alba Ginestra with traditional Barbera tang.


  1. But Barbera is a variety that just don't get no respect in Calif.
  2. Barbera has endured decades of begrudged tolerance among winemakers and wine lovers alike, a grape easily dismissed as undeserving of respect or adoration.


  1. Try this Barbera with traditional Piemonte dishes like risotto with mushrooms or truffles and pastas with rich sauces.
  2. Barbera handles the high acidity of tomato-based dishes particularly well - whether it be pastas, pizzas or tomatoey stews.

Great Example

  1. A great example of barrique-aged Barbera d'Alba.
  2. The Wine Enthusiast The Sandrone is a great example of a modern Barbera: hefty black fruit, violets and smoked meats under a thin mantle of oak.


  1. Barbera del Monferrato DOC - which tends to be somewhat sparkling (frizzante) - is seldom exported.
  2. Benvenuti nella prima guida dedicata ai migliori produttori di Barbera.
  3. Aged, Barbera has a beautiful ruby red color and a taste and bouquet that recall Barolo.
  4. These super-Piemonte wines fall under the Langhe Rosso DOC denomination and tend to be around 60% Barbera and 40% Nebbiolo.
  5. It is slightly tannic but with less acidity than its near neighbour, the Barbera grape and it is more rounded and softer.


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