Piemonte

Piemonte

90 products

    Piemonte, nestled in northwest Italy, is a bastion of exceptional wines, revered worldwide for their quality and diversity. From robust reds to elegant whites and sparkling delights, Piemonte's vinous offerings captivate enthusiasts and connoisseurs alike.

    90 products

    At the helm of Piemonte's winemaking legacy stands Barolo, the esteemed "King of Wines," crafted from Nebbiolo grapes cultivated in the Barolo DOCG region. Its regal profile, adorned with notes of red fruit, tar, roses, and earth, is a testament to the region's vinicultural mastery, offering power, complexity, and unparalleled longevity.

    Neighboring Barbaresco vies for attention, another Nebbiolo masterpiece celebrated for its elegance and finesse. With similar characteristics to Barolo but often more approachable in its youth, Barbaresco enchants with its harmonious blend of red fruit, florals, and earthy nuances.

    Piemonte's prowess extends beyond reds, as exemplified by Asti Spumante, a sparkling gem crafted from Moscato Bianco grapes in the Asti DOCG area. Its effervescent charm, coupled with luscious notes of ripe peaches, honey, and flowers, delights palates and adds a touch of festivity to any occasion.

    Barbera d'Asti, the region's flagship Barbera expression, dazzles with its vibrant acidity, juicy red fruit flavors, and velvety texture, while Gavi, born from Cortese grapes in the Gavi DOCG, enchants with its crisp acidity, citrus zest, and floral bouquet—a quintessential expression of Piemonte's white wine prowess.

    Dolcetto d'Alba, a beloved red made from the indigenous Dolcetto grape, offers a fruit-forward palate, soft tannins, and approachable charm, perfect for everyday enjoyment. Meanwhile, Moscato d'Asti, a sweet and aromatic delight, delivers joy with its lower alcohol content, effervescence, and intense aromas of ripe fruits and flowers.

    Completing the ensemble is Nebbiolo d'Alba, a gateway to the noble Nebbiolo grape, showcasing a lighter body, softer tannins, and captivating notes of red fruit, roses, and spices—a nod to Piemonte's rich winemaking heritage.

    In Piemonte, each bottle narrates a tale of tradition, innovation, and unwavering commitment to excellence, embodying the essence of a region where wine is not merely a beverage but a cultural emblem cherished by generations.