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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.

  • Barbera d'Alba

    Marcarini, Ciabot Camerano Barbera d'Alba 2018

    Jancis Robinson"Healthy, shaded crimson. Correct Piemontese nose with spine and nerve. But no obvious oak and only very light tannins. Not too sweet. Good acidity. Really fun and with lots of integrity. I may cool it slightly before serving. Convincing...

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  • Barbera d'Asti

    Marchesi di Gresy, Barbera d'Asti 2019

    90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate"A release of 26,380 bottles, the Tenute Cisa Asinari dei Marchesi di Gresy 2019 Barbera d'Asti is a medium-weight expression with lots of bright and simple notes of cherry and raspberry, The wine delivers good...

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  • Langhe Nebbiolo

    Cordero di Montezemolo, Nebbiolo Langhe 2019

    91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate"The 2019 Langhe Nebbiolo is true and dear to the fundamental character of this mighty Piedmont grape. The bouquet is layered with easily identified aromas of forest berry and wild rose. with faint background...

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  • Dogliani Dolcetto

    San Fereolo, "Valdiba" Dogliani 2017

    Vinous Reverie NotesNicoletta Bocca has been the driving force at San Fereolo since she acquired the property in 1992, during which time she has mastered the terroir of her Valdibà subzone and completed the conversion to certified biodynamic...

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  • Moscato d'Asti

    Vajra, Moscato d'Asti 2019

    90+ Robert Parker's Wine Advocate"This pretty semi-sparkling Moscato d'Asti produces a thick foam of bubbles as it pours into the glass and boasts a luminous pale gold color. The G.D. Vajra 2019 Moscato d'Asti sees fruit sourced from the Vigneti di...

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  • Barolo

    Sandrone, Le Vigne Barolo 2015

    97 points James Suckling"A tight and focused Le Vigne with strawberry, orange-peel and floral aromas and hints of hazelnuts. Not giving it all now. Full-bodied, very intense and focused. Extremely long and polished, tannic finish. Drink from 2023." 96...

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  • Valli Ossolane Prunent (Nebbiolo)

    Cantine Garrone, Prunent Valli Ossolane 2016

    Jancis Robinson"100% Nebbiolo aged for 12 months in large oak casks.Mid ruby. Youthful, serious and reluctant on the nose. Youthful and a little austere. The fruit is very slow to unfurl, while showing great depth. Compact and spectacularly balanced with...

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  • Barbaresco

    Fontanabianca, Barbaresco 2016

    94 points Wine EnthusiastAromas of new leather, iris, wet earth and perfumed berry meld together with crushed herbs and spices. The full-bodied, elegant palate delivers juicy Marasca cherry, black raspberry, white pepper and a hint of tobacco, while firm...

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  • Barbaresco

    Marchesi di Gresy, Martinenga Barbaresco 2016

    95 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate"Compared to the 2015 vintage that I tasted at the same time, the 2016 Barbaresco Martinenga is slightly more saturated and concentrated in terms of appearance. This wine shows a dense inner core with dark fruit...

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  • Italian Dessert Wine

    Bera, Moscato d'Asti 2018

    Vinous Reverie NotesJancis Robinson - Previous Vintage Review"A lot of grand wines have probably been drunk over the past few weeks. Some you brought out of dark, coveted corners of the cellar, others chosen with barely concealed excitement (and a...

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  • Massolino, Margheria Barolo 2014

    Massolino, Margheria Barolo 2014

    95 points Wine Enthusiast“A classic, vibrant expression of Nebbiolo, this fragrant red opens with compelling aromas of wild berry, crushed rose, iris, menthol and aromatic herb. Elegant and structured, the linear, savory palate...

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  • Paolo Scavino, Barolo Monvigliero 2015

    Paolo Scavino, Barolo Monvigliero 2015

    96 points James Suckling"The sour cherries really lift this off on the nose, catching suggestions of candied citrus, tile, roasted herbs and cedar. Racy and sexy, drawn out into shape by the forthright acidity and steely tannins. Drink in 2023." 94...

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