Wines of Piedmont
Explore the wines of Piemonte (Piedmont*) - the region most famous for Nebbiolo (i.e.: Barolo etc) and Barbera, as well as sparkling Moscato and the white wine of Gavi. ... but there's so much more! Try popular grapes from alternative areas (like Nebbiolo from Roero, or Albugnano, or Gattinara) and don't forget the lesser-known grapes (like Arneis, Malvasia CDB and Ruche).
Our growing Piedmont collection features 6 wineries, from 5 distinct areas, working with more than 15 native grapes! Start exploring today!! ;)
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* the region name means "foot of the mountains" in reference to its unique position in north-west Italy, with vineyards located at the foothills of the Alps (to the north and west) but also the Maritime Alps and Apennines.