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The excellance of Italian wines comes from Piedmont region, located in the north-east of Italy.
Piedimont has always been a region suited to the cultivation of the vine since 10th Century BC.
The wines of the region are white grape Arneis Cortese Erbaluce favorite, Muscat Blanc, and red grapes, Barbera, Brachetto, Dolcetto, Grignolino, Nebbiolo, Pelaverga.

We recommend to try some of the following that we believe really good this year:

White wine:

Roero Arneis bricco delle ciliegie 2012 – almondo giovanni (Montà d’Alba – Cuneo)

Gavi del comune di Gavi Bruno Broglia 2011 – Broglia Gian Piero Tenuta la Meirana (Gavi-Alessandria)

Erbaluce di Caluso – Favaro Le chiusure – (Piverone-Torino)

Gavi – 2012 La Raia (Novi Ligure – Alessandria)

Colli Tortonesi Cavallina 2011 – Mariotto Claudio (Tortona-Alessandria)

Moscato d’Asti Saracco Paolo (Castiglione tinella – Cuneo)

Red wines:
2011 Barbera d’Alba Cascina Dardi Fantino Alessandro e Gian Natale( Monforte d’Alba-Cuneo)

2011 Nebbiolo d’Alba Briccola- Grimaldi Bruna (Serralunga d’Alba- Cuneo)

2012 Dolcetto d’Alba – Borgogno serio e Battista (Barolo- Cuneo)

2010 Barbaresco sanadaive Adriano Marco e Vittorio (Alba- Cuneo)

Need help? where to buy wines, how to pair one of the wines listed with food or local recipes, contact us 🙂
Salute!