Beaumes de Venise, Wachau, Barolo

One of Italy’s most prestigious wine regions often referred to as “the Burgundy of Italy”.

The appellation of Barolo is located in the south of the state of Piedmont in the very north-west of Italy. The town of Barolo for which the region is named is located in the Monferrato foothills, which are a set of picturesque rolling hillsides and bordered to the north and west by the Tanaro River. The whole region sits about half-way between the major port of north-west Italy, Genoa to the south-east, and capital city Turin to the north-west. The heart of the Barolo vineyard zone, established in 1896, covers the parishes of Castiglione Falletto, Monforte d’Alba, La Morra, Serralunga d’Alba and Barolo itself, and is supplemented by parts of the townships of Novello, Verduno and Grinzane Cavour, added in 1934 to the official regional classification, and then by Diano d’Alba, Cherasco and Roddi added in 1966.

Records show that Nebbiolo has been grown in Piedmont since at least the 13th century, though despite this long history and the high quality of the wines it can produce, it is not grown in many other wine regions. For the grape grower and winemaker, making great wine out of Nebbiolo is a balancing act; it naturally possesses an incredibly high amount of acidity, and the thick skins transfer a huge amount of thick, chalky tannins into the wine. Balancing these two elements, as well as enticing out the enchanting ‘tar and roses’ notes from the grapes is the key to good Nebbiolo.
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  1. DOMAINE WACHAU GRUNER VELTLINER 'TERRASSEN' FEDERSPIEL 2018
    There is no wine more versatile at the table! Spicy aromas, some tobacco, hints of lychee, green apple, hints of citrus. Medium bodied on the palate with a lively and fresh acidity and great minerality. Very fruit driven with great ... Learn More
  2. LINNAEA VINEYARDS 'TRIFULAU' DOCG BAROLO 2012
    Linnaea Vineyards is not your typical wine producer. Born of the intense passion of Michelle Edwards and Daniel Fischl. Daniel is an Australian born winemaker of the highest acclaim, while Michelle is a Californian Agricultural Scientist of international accolade. These ... Learn More
  3. ASCHERI BAROLO 2015
    Dottore (Doctor) Matteo Ascheri is not only the 5th generation owner and winemaker of his family estate (established 1880), he also runs a 4 star resort and traditional 'Osteria' (restaurant) next to the winery in Bra. In addition to this, Matteo is ... Learn More
    ASCHERI BAROLO 2015
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    Mark Faber
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    Wine Spectator
  4. PRINCIPIANO FERDINANDO BAROLO SERRALUNGA 2012
    Classic floral rose petal aromas alongside ripe red fruit and spices. The palate is warm and displays ripe fruit. Richly tannic but with enough softness to be drunk young. Great Nebbiolo. Fantastic value Barolo from a quality focused natural wine ... Learn More
  5. ODDERO BAROLO CLASSICO 2015
    The wines coming from the different vineyards are aged separately in 40, 60 and 75 –hectolitre Slavonian and Austrian oak barrels for 30 months. The wines are blended in the spring, then bottled at the end of the summer and aged in the bottle ... Learn More
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    Gary Walsh
  6. G.D. VAJRA BAROLO ALBE 2015
    G.D. Vajra - “a world of sublime hand-crafted, artisan wines of the very highest level”, as Antonio Galloni calls it - is run in the second generation by Giuseppe, Isidoro and Francesca Vaira, lovingly overseen by father Aldo and ... Learn More
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    Gary Walsh
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    The Wine Advocate
  7. MASSOLINO BAROLO 2015
    First produced in 1911, the fruit for Massolino's classic cuvée is selected from seven sites (inc. Briccolina, Collaretto, Broglio and Le Turne), representing roughly seven hectares of prime-sited Serralunga vineyards. The oldest vines that feed this bottling are 55 years old ( ... Learn More
    MASSOLINO BAROLO 2015
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    The Wine Advocate
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    Antonio Galloni
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  8. CASCINA FONTANA BAROLO 2013
    "A blend of Castiglione Falletto and some La Morra this year. I just love 2013: it’s the gift that keeps on giving. I bought three of this, and three of the new Comune di Castiglione Falletto. In terms of style, ... Learn More
  9. VIETTI BAROLO CASTIGLIONE 2015
    The grapes are selected from small vineyards spread in the Barolo region. The vines are between 8 and 41 years old, planted in a clay-limestone soil. Plants are trained with guyot method, with an average density of roughly 4500 units per hectare. All ... Learn More
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    Gary Walsh
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    Antonio Galloni
  10. FONTANAFREDDA 'LA ROSA' SINGLE VINEYARD BAROLO 2005
    From Wine Enthusiast European 'Winery of the Year' comes this perfectly aged Barolo. Smoky, floral, gunsmoke and leather aromas. Intense, powerful, driving, but has softened now, and is very pleasing on the palate. Loaded with character, has an attractive rustic ... Learn More
  11. F.X. PICHLER RIESLING KELLERBERG SMARAGD 2016
    Family owned and operated since 1898, F.X. Pichler wine are synonymous with the highest quality Riesling and Gruner. The Kellerberg Smaragd vineyard is located on the Danube and is highly prized for its elegantly feminine wines that have now reached ... Learn More
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    James Suckling
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  12. GD VAJRA BAROLO ‘BRICCO DELLE VIOLE’ 2013
    Milena and Aldo began the winery in 1972, producing small quantities of Piemontese wines from vineyards planted by Aldo’s father in 1947. The fruit was sold to negociants until Aldo bottled his first vintage in 1978. Today, the family has 40 Ha under ... Learn More
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    Gary Walsh
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    Antonio Galloni
  13. ETTORE GERMANO BAROLO LAZZARITO RISERVA 2007
    The wine is made from hand-picked fruit in the Lazzarito area the older vineyard planted in 1931. ... Learn More
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    Monica Larner
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    Walter Speller
  14. GAJA BAROLO DAGROMIS 2015
    The "Dagromis" wine of Gaja winery is a famous Barolo, made from 100% Nebbiolo grapes, grown in the vineyards of La Morra. The wine is aged for 12 months in barriques and other 12 months in traditional oak barrels. It is named after ... Learn More
  15. MASSOLINO BAROLO MARGHERIA 2015
    The Margheria vineyard is one of Serralunga’s most important and illustrious sites. The Massolino family bought their first parcel here in 1964 and the rest throughout the ’70s. They currently hold 1.5 hectares. Sitting at 340 metres above sea level, Margheria is ... Learn More
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    Antonio Galloni
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    The Wine Advocate
  16. MASSOLINO BAROLO PARAFADA 2015
    In 1957, Parafada became the Massolino family’s first prime parcel of Serralunga and it is still home to their oldest vines (now almost 60 years old). Massolino own a 1.13 hectare parcel that rises steeply from 300 to 340 metres above sea level and ... Learn More
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    Antonio Galloni
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    The Wine Advocate
  17. ASCHERI BAROLO 'PISAPOLA' 2015
    Dottore (Doctor) Matteo Ascheri is not only the 5th generation owner and winemaker of his family estate (established 1880), he also runs a 4 star resort and traditional 'Osteria' (restaurant) next to the winery in Bra. In addition to this, Matteo is ... Learn More
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    Mark Faber
  18. MASSOLINO BAROLO 'PARUSSI' 2015
    The Massolino clan purchased a 1.3-hectare plot of this cru in 2007; it is the only Barolo vineyard that they own outside of Serralunga. Though Parussi is in fact situated close to the Serralunga border, but in Castiglione Falletto. The iron-rich, ‘ ... Learn More
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    The Wine Advocate
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    Antonio Galloni
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  19. ASCHERI BAROLO 'PISAPOLA' 2013
    Dottore (Doctor) Matteo Ascheri is not only the 5th generation owner and winemaker of his family estate (established 1880), he also runs a 4 star resort and traditional 'Osteria' (restaurant) next to the winery in Bra. In addition to this, Matteo is ... Learn More
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    Mark Faber
  20. MASSOLINO BAROLO MARGHERIA 2014
    "the finest 2014's are some of the most thrilling young Barolos I have ever tasted.” Antonio Galloni, vinous.com, February 2018 The Margheria vineyard is one of Serralunga’s most important and illustrious sites. Lifted and precise, with finesse and a ... Learn More
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    Antonio Galloni
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  21. ASCHERI BAROLO 'SORANO' 2013
    Dottore (Doctor) Matteo Ascheri is not only the 5th generation owner and winemaker of his family estate (established 1880), he also runs a 4 star resort and traditional 'Osteria' (restaurant) next to the winery in Bra. In addition to this, Matteo is ... Learn More
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    Mark Faber
  22. ASCHERI BAROLO 'SORANO' 2015
    Dottore (Doctor) Matteo Ascheri is not only the 5th generation owner and winemaker of his family estate (established 1880), he also runs a 4 star resort and traditional 'Osteria' (restaurant) next to the winery in Bra. In addition to this, Matteo is ... Learn More
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    Mark Faber
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    Jancis Robinson
  23. MASSOLINO BAROLO 'VIGNA RIONDA ' 2012
    Vigna Rionda is historically the most revered vineyard of Serralunga. The site is renowned for finesse and yet the longevity of the Barolo wines it is able to produce. The wine from this exceptional site begins life as a coiled ... Learn More
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    Antonio Galloni
  24. MASSOLINO BAROLO 'VIGNA RIONDA RISERVA' 2013
    “If you ask a resident of Serralunga to name the town’s three finest vineyards, one of the trio is sure to be Vigna Rionda … It is an historic vineyard. The quality of its grapes has been celebrated for hundreds ... Learn More
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    The Wine Advocate
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    Antonio Galloni
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  25. MASSOLINO BAROLO PARAFADA 2015 (MAGNUM)
    In 1957, Parafada became the Massolino family’s first prime parcel of Serralunga and it is still home to their oldest vines (now almost 60 years old). Massolino own a 1.13 hectare parcel that rises steeply from 300 to 340 metres above sea level and ... Learn More
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    Antonio Galloni
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    The Wine Advocate
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  26. VIETTI BAROLO RAVERA 2015
    The grapes are selected from the single vineyard Ravera in Novello, planted with roughly 4500 units per hectare. The vines have an average age of 25 years with the oldest part planted in 1935. The roughly 3-hectare vineyard has a south-west exposure and ... Learn More
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    James Suckling
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    Antonio Galloni
  27. VIETTI BAROLO LAZZARITO 2015
    The grapes are selected from the single vineyard Lazzarito in Serralunga d’Alba, planted with roughly 4500 units per hectare. The vines have an average age of 35 years. The 2-hectare vineyard has a southwest exposure and a clay-limestone soil. Grapes are ... Learn More
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    James Suckling
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    Gary Walsh
  28. VIETTI BAROLO BRUNATE 2015
    The grapes are selected from the historical cru Brunate, located in La Morra, on the south side towards Barolo, with 4,600 plants per hectare. The vines are 43 years old and cultivated with gouyot system. Calcareous-clayey soil. Grapes are gently crushed and ... Learn More
  29. GAJA SPERSS 2015
    Having purchased grapes from Serralunga for the Gaja Barolo until 1961, this ceased with the decision to produce only from estate-owned vineyards. In 1988, Gaja bought the vineyard. The name is Piedmontese for "nostalgia", indicating a longing to return to the making ... Learn More
    GAJA SPERSS 2015
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    Jeb Dunnuck
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    Antonio Galloni
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    Jancis Robinson
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