Medium Body, Dry (Nebbiolo). DOC. Alc 13.5%.
A quaffable alternative to Barolo that's great as the first red of the evening or perfect with a tomato pasta dish!
Brezza undoubtedly belongs to the aristocracy of Barolo - that small group of producers who made this hillside area of Piedmont one of the most distinguished and renowned wine districts in the world.
Founded in 1885, this winery has built and maintained a highly prestigious reputation and its wines are all DOC or DOCG certified. Through the visionary commitment of Giacomo Brezza, this family-run winery is considered one of the noblest brands of Italy.
- Traditional winemaking techniques are essential for the classic red wines of Brezza, which reflect the territory of the vines. This respect for the land led to Brezza’s biological approach to grape cultivation and winemaking, not merely as a means of promotion but as an authentic and shared ethical and cultural value.
- Traditional practices are now shaped by innovation through the work of Enzo Brezza, the current head of the family. His wines are critically acclaimed for their technological innovations, such as their glass corks which they describe as “an innovative type of closure that is not only technologically flawless but, even more importantly, one that will provide consumers with just one more guarantee of our attention to the qualities of the wines we produce”.
Following in the footsteps of four generations of vintners and supported by his father Giacomo, Enzo Brezza has developed a fresh and original style while patiently building upon the great work begun by his predecessors 130 years ago.
He oversees and nurtures almost 24 hectares, of which 16 are allocated to the vine and the rest to hazel groves and woods - this balance between the different ecosystems being essential to the Brezza philosophy.
Payment & Security
Your payment information is processed securely. We do not store credit card details nor have access to your credit card information.