From the rolling hills of Piedmont in Northern Italy, Nebbiolo stands out as the star of the show. It's the grape that puts Barolo and Barbaresco on the wine map. And its allure? Undeniably irresistible.
There’s the color — usually a deep ruby red with a hint of brick orange around the edges. And the aroma! One whiff and you're hit with an intoxicating medley of notes — think roses, a hint of woodsmoke, maybe some violets, even tar. It's like a multi-layered perfume that unfolds as you drink. And when it hits the palate, there's a zing of acidity that's balanced by bold tannins that mellow out as the wine ages.
We've picked out a selection of Nebbiolo that shows off what this grape can do. Each bottle is like a postcard from Piedmont, crafted by winemakers who pour their heart and soul into every drop. So dive in and discover the wonders of Nebbiolo today.