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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.

  • Antoniolo, Castelle Gattinara 2012

    93 points Wine Spectator"Balance and expressiveness are the hallmarks of this red. Cherry, tar, menthol, mushroom and mineral flavors are backed by a solid structure as this plays out on the long, tobacco- and mineral-inflected finish. Drink now through...

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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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  • Italian Red Wine

    Cantine Garrone, Ca d'Mate 2013

    Vinous Reverie NotesThe Val d'Ossola is Piedmont's northernmost valley; a landscape of extraordinary natural beauty carved out of the imposing Alps by the Toce River, which with its tributaries creates five lateral valleys all emptying into Lake Maggiore...

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  • Langhe Favorita Wine

    Fratelli Alessandria, Langhe Favorita 2016

    Vinous Reverie NotesJancis Robinson - Previous Vintage Review"Fratelli Alessandria is an 18th-century cantina in Verduno which makes approximately 5,000 cases from 14 ha. The fruit comes from three vineyards: Boscatto, Semolino and Sotto Orti –...

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  • 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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  • Massolino, Parafada Barolo 2013

    97 points Wine Enthusiast"Aromas of new leather, ripe dark berry, vineyard dust and a whiff of smoky flint waft out of the glass along with floral and balsamic notes. The full-bodied palate shows great energy and intensity, delivering juicy Marasca...

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  • Michele Chiarlo, Nizza Cipressi Barbera 2016

    93 points Wine Enthusiast"Aromas of wild berry, violet and dark spice mingle with earthy notes of truffle and a hint of game. On the savory palate, bright acidity accompanies juicy morello cherry, black raspberry and star anise along with a hint of...

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    Monchiero Carbone Roero Arneis Cecu 2016

    Gambero Rosso - Tre Bicchieri Awards 95 points Doctorwine Daniele Cernilli "Guida Essenziale ai Vini d'Italia" Vinous Reverie NotesDedicated to Grandfather Francesco Carbone (better known as “Cecu d’la Biunda or “son of the blond...

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  • Paolo Scavino, Barolo Bricco Ambrogio 2015

    97 points James Suckling"Plenty of burnt oranges and lemons, wild strawberries, cedar and spices. The palate is muscular and powerful, veiled in a sheen of grainy and chewy tannins that surround layers of vibrant red fruit. Drink in 2023." 93 points...

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  • 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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  • Paolo Scavino, Barolo Ravera 2015

    96 points James Suckling"The nose is really spot-on here, delivering a wholesome array of fresh hibiscus, redcurrants, fruit tea and rose petals. The palate is very silky and polished, weaving its way neatly through finely arranged layers of bright red...

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  • Italian Red Wine

    Parusso, Dolcetto d'Alba Piani Noce 2017

    90 points James Suckling"Bright and very fruity with lots of blackberries and cherries. Medium body. Fresh finish."   Vinous Reverie NotesWinemaker Marco Parusso was overwhelmed with emotion when he discovered an old document at his...

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  • Piedmont Dolcetto

    Vajra, Dolcetto D'Alba 2018

    Vinous Reverie Notes"If people knew how good Dolcetto is, digestible, humanizing, they would drink it every day." ~ Aldo VajraDolcetto is the flagship grape of Piemonte because the beguiling sweetness of its fruit is perfectly balanced by its ripe...

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  • VIGNETI MASSA, 2016 Timorasso ‘Derthona’

    Vinous Reverie 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...

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