The territory of Piedmont occupies the north-west of the peninsula and extends to the foot of the Alps, while its vineyard is concentrated in the provinces of Cuneo and Asti. The wines of Piedmont are born on the hills which chant a good part of the region. It is also this type of relief that characterizes the Langhe and Roero areas, home to the most famous wines. Although Barbera is the most widespread grape variety, Nebbiolo, another local variety, is responsible for the great Piedmont reds, which are called Barolo and Barbaresco. These two names are at the peak of the consideration given to the products of the Italian vineyard. However, the Barbera and, to a lesser extent, the Dolcetto have gained esteem in ambitious hands, in the many denominations bordering the Piedmontese vineyards. In white, the main grape variety is Moscato, which shapes the famous sparkling wines of Asti.

  • Ceretto Barolo 2014

    Ceretto Barolo 2014

    91 points James Suckling  "Really attractive dried fruit on the nose of this Barolo, including dried red cherries and dried hibiscus as well as five spices, dried rose petals, wet earth and tea leaves. Medium body, polished tannins and a...

  • Luigi Baudana, 2011 Barolo, Cerretta DOCG

    Luigi Baudana, 2011 Barolo, Cerretta DOCG

    94 points Wine Enthusiast "Dark berry, pressed flower, iron, leather and spice aromas come together on this firmly structured wine. The full-bodied palate delivers juicy black cherry, eucalyptus, anise and clove alongside big, velvety tannins. A...

  • Luigi Baudana, 2016 Langhe Bianco DOC

    Luigi Baudana, 2016 Langhe Bianco DOC

    Winemaker Notes This blend is fresh, dry, floral, minerally, savoury and grassy whilst retaining a grippy and savoury long finish. Pair with creamy chicken dishes, seafood pasta and risottos.   Previous Vintage Review https://www.jancisrobinson...

  • Marenco Moscato D Asti Scrapon 2016

    Marenco Moscato D Asti Scrapon 2016

    88 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate “The Moscato grape from Northern Italy always offers musky and soapy aromas. In fact, the grape’s name comes from the Italian word mosca, or fly, because the grape’s sweet and sugary juice...

  • Paolo Scavino Langhe Bianco Sorriso 2017

    Paolo Scavino Langhe Bianco Sorriso 2017

    Winemaker Notes Since 2000, the Langhe D.O.C. SORRISO®, is a blend of Chardonnay, Sauvignon blanc, Viognier. A fresh white wine vinified and aged in stainless steel with distinctive character and finesse. A unique combination of these three...

  • Paolo Scavino Rosso Vino da Tavola 2016

    Paolo Scavino Rosso Vino da Tavola 2016

    Winemaker Notes Rosso is a blend which represents our autochthon varietals. The grapes from the younger vines of the Estate combined together, offer a fresh, aromatic, charming wine with a Piedmontese character. Brilliant ruby-red with purple hints...

  • Seghesio La Villa, 2012, Barolo DOCG

    Seghesio La Villa, 2012, Barolo DOCG

    94 points Wine Spectator "A smooth, velvety red, featuring plum, cherry, menthol, tar and tobacco flavors. Balanced and long, echoing fruit, underbrush and mineral elements on the aftertaste. Best from 2020 through 2036."   Jancis...

  • VIGNETI MASSA, 2016 Timorasso ‘Derthona’

    VIGNETI MASSA, 2016 Timorasso ‘Derthona’

    Winemaker Notes "Derthona" is the ancient name for Tortona, the town in southeast Piemonte after which the appellation Colli Tortonesi (Tortona Hills) is named. We often say that Timorasso is like Ali: “Float like a butterfly (baroque fruit and...