Italy | Piedmont | Langhe Giulia Negri is making some of the best and most exciting wines in Italy, truly world class. She also happens to be one of the nicest people you could hope to meet.
Italy | Piedmont | Barolo Giulia’s painstaking attention to detail in these sandier-soil parcels, and deliberate choices in the cellar, result in wines with a fine grain, spiced tannins, and a celestial nose of peony and rose petal.
Italy | Piedmont | Barolo La Tartufaia is a divinely atmospheric truffle forest in the heart of La Morra where Giulia’s vineyards run parallel. The wines produced here, from clay-rich soil, are textbook examples of classically structured Barolo typical of the area.
Italy | Piedmont | Barolo The Barolos of Serralunga are renowned for their power and longevity, and while Porro’s Gianetto is not the unyielding, tannic beast of old, it will certainly benefit from a few years in your cellar.
Italy | Piedmont | Barolo A few years ago, Guido seized an opportunity to farm a tiny sliver of Serralunga’s historic Vigna Rionda vineyard. He paid dearly for half an hectare of what is the Romanée-Conti of Serralunga, and his rendition of this hallowed site is worth every cent. This is a masterpiece...
Italy | Piedmont | Barolo If you're having a big gathering and want a wine that will blow the doors off the advent calendar, then this is the red for you. Rich, complex Nebbiolo from one of Barolo's very best crus. Plus, big bottles show you care.
A. & G. Fantino
Italy | Piedmont | Barolo Ripe, deep, and almost extravagant in its breadth of aroma and flavor, while a dense, tightly knit core of firm acidity and fine-grained tannins make up a rigid spine.
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