Red Wine, Piedmont

Piedmont (Piemonte in Italian) is probably the finest wine region in all of Italy and has laid claim to this since Roman times. It has a continental climate influenced by the surrounding Alps and Ligurian Apennines and is located in the north-west of Italy, bordering both France and Switzerland.

Piedmont has only 1% of the total vineyards of Bordeaux and 15% that of Burgundy. So while a top Chateaux may produce upwards of 35,000 cases a year, leading Barolo producers will often make only 800 cases. More than half of its vineyards are registered with DOC designations and many are in the Apennine or Alpine foothills, from 300-600m above sea level. Most of the wines are produced by smaller family estates rather than larger holdings.

Piedmont has 46 different DOC and four DOCG regions and produces the largest number of well known, world-recognized, prize-winning wines. The most famous would have to be Barolo or Barbaresco, whose power comes from the Nebbiolo grape variety. The most widely planted red variety is Barbera although Dolcetto, Muscat, Shiraz and Bonarda are also produced.

Also made in this neck of the woods is Moscato, which is often made into frizzante (bubbly) wines known as Asti. Cortese is made into the popular Gavi wines, and smaller amounts of Chardonnay and high-quality Sparkling (or Prosecco) are also produced in the far north of Piedmont.
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  1. MARETTI LANGHE ROSSO 2017
    A fruit-driven Barbera (75%) and Nebbiolo (25%) blend. The nose is expressive and inviting with aromas of fresh red fruits overlaid by notes of dried herbs, forest undergrowth and aniseed. The palate is medium bodied and well balanced with a by core ... Learn More
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    Gary Walsh
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  2. MARETTI LANGHE ROSSO 2016
    A fruit-driven Barbera (75%) and Nebbiolo (25%) blend. The nose is expressive and inviting with aromas of fresh red fruits overlaid by notes of dried herbs, forest undergrowth and aniseed. The palate is medium bodied and well balanced with a by core ... Learn More
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    Gary Walsh
  3. FONTANAFREDDA BRICCOTONDO DOLCETTO 2017
    A lovely fragrant, red and dark fruited wine with plush fruit characters, subtle spices and cushioning tannins. A very easy wine to like either on its own or paired with food. The fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks for 7 ... Learn More
  4. FONTANAFREDDA BRICCOTONDO BARBERA 2017
    This is a ruby-red wine with purple highlights. The nose is packed with black fruit, especially blackberries and plums, with slight spicy overtones hinting at black pepper and cinnamon. Sweet, soft tannins come together in a closely-woven texture that merges ... Learn More
  5. TREDIBERRI LANGHE NEBBIOLO 2018
    Lovely fragrant florals, classic nebbiolo minerality, depth of dark cherry fruit with layers and ripe tannins on the finish. Impressive quality and value for the price here. Berri is a small hamlet in the westernmost part of La Morra, located ... Learn More
  6. BENEVELLI LANGHE NEBBIOLO 2016
    Light, fragrant, red cherry and red berries, touch of spice and new leather. Drink: Medium bodied, pure fruited, fresh and bursting with Nebbiolo flavour, light kitten’s tongue tannin, clean long finish. Drink 2015 - 2024+ ... Learn More
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    Campbell Mattinson
  7. FONTANAFREDDA EBBIO LANGHE NEBBIOLO 2017
    When young, it features a fragrance which is wonderfully spontaneous and full of surprise: in its bouquet, colour, and generous, velvety body this langhe Nebbiolo brings out all the typical qualities of the magnificent vine it is made from. Later ... Learn More
  8. PIETRO RINALDI DOLCETTO 2018
    Vineyards located in Madonna di Como, in the municipality of Alba. Clayey limestone, south-east facing. Altitude between 280 and 300 meters above sea level. Fermentation in stainless steel at a controlled temperature between 24 and 26 degrees for 8/10 days, frequent pumping over and subsequent ... Learn More
  9. ODDERO DOLCETTO D’ALBA 2018
    "Poderi e Cantine Oddero is a historical name among Barolo producers. Its foundations were laid at the end of the 18th century when our ancestors were already cultivating vineyards in La Morra. In 1878, our ancestor Giacomo Oddero (1851-1915) decided, in ... Learn More
  10. ASCHERI LANGHE NEBBIOLO 2017
    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
  11. GIUSEPPE CORTESE LANGHE NEBBIOLO 2016
    Winery Note - Produced with grapes from the younger vines from which we obtain our Barbaresco, it has all the character and elegance of the great Nebbiolo with an intense and delicate aroma; dry, fresh and pleasant taste with the ... Learn More
  12. VIETTI BARBERA D'ASTI TRE VIGNE 2017
    Grapes from vineyards in Agliano d’Asti, in the La Crena site with part of the oldest vineyards used for our Cru La Crena and other adjacent vineyards. 4.800 plants per hectare with a yield between 40 and 50 hl/ha. Cold pre-fermentation ... Learn More
  13. VIETTI LANGHE NEBBIOLO PERBACCO 2016
    Made from Nebbiolo grapes only from Barolo designated vineyards, this wine is complex and elegant with excellent ageing potential. The nose offers up generous fruit along with menthol, spices and hard candy. Showing notable intensity while retaining an essentially mid-weight ... Learn More
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    Mike Bennie
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  14. PIETRO RINALDI LANGHE NEBBIOLO DOC 'ARGANTE' 2016
    Here at United Cellars we work closely with producers to bring you the best wine experience. When visiting our friends at Pietro Rinaldi, we were so dissapointed to hear that they had sold out of their 2017 Argante that our customers ... Learn More
  15. ODDERO BARBERA D’ASTI SUPERIORE NIZZA 2015
    Sourced from the acclaimed Nizza sub region of Asti. Matured in 50-hectoliter Slavonian oak barrels for 12 months. Blended in the spring, bottled in the summer. Intense ruby-red colour with purple tinges, a bouquet of cherry, blackberry, small red fruits, pepper ... Learn More
  16. VIETTI DOLCETTO D'ALBA DOC TRE VIGNE 2015
    Has a wonderful nose of cherry, raspberry and blueberry with hints of minerality. An unoaked wine, this medium bodied red has soft tannins, moderate acidity and good balance. It is bottled unfiltered to retain complexity. The history of the Vietti ... Learn More
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  17. CA'DEL BAIO BARBARESCO 'AUTINBEJ' 2015
    Winemakers Giulio and Luciana Grasso are extremely proud of their modern, 25 hectare estate, producing some very fine Barbaresco and a range of other wines that leave the competition struggling to catch up. The entire range has a sense of verve, ... Learn More
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    James Suckling
  18. 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
  19. PRODUTTORI DEL BARBARESCO BARBARESCO DOCG 2013
    The 2013 is a tasty, easygoing Barbaresco to drink over the next decade or more. There is good depth in the glass, with pretty notes of tobacco, licorice, herb and worn-in leather that add nuance. Sweet red cherry, pomegranate and a ... Learn More
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    Huon Hooke
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    Gary Walsh
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  20. 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
  21. PIETRO RINALDI BARBARESCO DOCG 'SAN CRISTOFORO' 2015
    The vineyard is located in the Municipality of Neive, San Cristoforo is an additional geographical mention, which identifies a crù of particular value. The exposure is to the south east, with a 360 degree rotation, typical of the apex of the ... Learn More
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  22. 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
  23. CA'DEL BAIO BARBARESCO 'CRU ASILI' 2015
    Winemakers Giulio and Luciana Grasso are extremely proud of their modern, 25 hectare estate, producing some very fine Barbaresco and a range of other wines that leave the competition struggling to catch up. The entire range has a sense of verve, ... Learn More
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    James Suckling
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  24. OLEK BONDONIO BARBARESCO STARDERI 2014
    Deeply perfumed, pressed cherries and cassis are followed by light accents of exotic spice, and a note of crushed mineral. Dark fruited with the slightly chewy, ashen tannins you expect in traditional Nebbiolo with ripe cherries and firm acids on ... Learn More
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    Gary Walsh
  25. 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
  26. 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
  27. 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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  28. VIETTI LANGHE NEBBIOLO PERBACCO 2016 (MAGNUM)
    Made from Nebbiolo grapes only from Barolo designated vineyards, this wine is complex and elegant with excellent ageing potential. The nose offers up generous fruit along with menthol, spices and hard candy. Showing notable intensity while retaining an essentially mid-weight ... Learn More
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    Wine Spectator
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    Mike Bennie
  29. 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
  30. 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
  31. CA'DEL BAIO BARBARESCO 'CRU PORA' 2013
    Winemakers Giulio and Luciana Grasso are extremely proud of their modern, 25 hectare estate, producing some very fine Barbaresco and a range of other wines that leave the competition struggling to catch up. The entire range has a sense of verve, ... Learn More
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    Gambero Rosso Vini d’Italia
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  32. 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
  33. 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
  34. 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
  35. 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
  36. 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
  37. 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
  38. 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
  39. 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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  40. 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
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