Winemakers of Piedmont

  • Brovia, Castiglione Falletto

    This is a Rosenthal Wine Merchant selection.  Rosenthal wines are only available in Colorado through Natural Wine Company.   http://www.madrose.com/index.php/italy/piedmont/brovia In 1863 Giacinto Brovia founded the Brovia estate in the village of Castiglione Falletto, in the heart of the Barolo district. The family has been continually engaged in the growing of grapes and the production [...]

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  • Luigi Ferrando, Carema

    This is a Rosenthal Wine Merchant selection.  Rosenthal wines are only available in Colorado through Natural Wine Company.   http://www.madrose.com/index.php/italy/piedmont/luigi-ferrando Luigi Ferrando has long been the leading producer of wines from the Canavese region where his family’s winemaking tradition goes back to 1900. Like many of our producers, he has strong ties to his local [...]

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  • De Forville, Barbaresco

    This is a Rosenthal Wine Merchant selection.  Rosenthal wines are only available in Colorado through Natural Wine Company.   The DeForville family emigrated to Piedmont from Belgium in 1848 and established themselves in the village of Barbaresco in 1860. Here, the family was instantly engaged in growing the Nebbiolo grape under the direction of Gioachino [...]

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  • Cappellano, Seralunga d’Alba

    This is a Rosenthal Wine Merchant selection.  Rosenthal wines are only available in Colorado through Natural Wine Company.   A referral from one great producer often leads to another equally exceptional producer who, more often than not, shares our particular philosophy. In the case of the Cappellano estate in Serralunga d’Alba in the Langhe, we [...]

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  • Vigneti Massa

    It’s hard not to get worked up about Walter Massa’s wines: he had a vision for a variety nobody wanted– the obscure Timorasso. He worked in obscurity for years, rescued the grape, and doesn’t talk about himself but about the territory of Colli Tortonesi. His vineyards in the zone are composed of various soils (clay, [...]

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  • Chinati Vergano

    Mauro Vergano on his aromatic wines: “All of my products are based on the tradition of aromatized wines which started in Piedmont at the end of the 1700s and which has been carried on by larger and smaller producers ever since. They have ancient origins, but are not simply repetitions or copies of old products [...]

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  • Rivella, Barbaresco

    Teobaldo Rivella is a third generation wine grower, and bottled his first Barbaresco in 1967. Nearly half a century of tending vines and making wines has taught him that the only way to do it properly is to have the utmost respect for the environment that nurtures both the plants and the people who depend [...]

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  • Cerruti

    Ezio Cerruti produces some of the finest sweet wines in Piemonte, and he does it in the most natural ways possible, with tremendous respect for the land, and with a gentle, judicious hand in the winery. To make his vino passito, Ezio cuts the vine shoots and allows the bunches to dry on the plant [...]

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  • Ulivi

    Cascina degli Ulivi produces wines from vineyards of around 11 hectares that have been worked using biodynamic viticultural methods since 1985. The estate has been in the Bellotti family since the 1930’s and is now run by Stefano and Zita Bellotti. They are committed to the fundamental beliefs of Biodynamism and, in the Gavi town [...]

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  • Tavijn

    Nadia Verrua, the padronina of Cascina Tavijn works in a long-forgotten area of the Asti province of Piedmont. Fortunately it is an area blessed with old vines, some completely abandoned, and unique varieties. Nadia is young, gifted and very professional. She has taken over the family’s estate where her father still manages the vineyard work. [...]

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  • San Fereolo

    In the Piedmont, there are seven zones of production for Dolcetto – Acqui, Alba, Asti, Diano d’Alba, Ovada, Dogliani and Langhe Monregalesi. The Dolcetto Valdiba, produced by Nicoletta Bocca with prowess and enthusi- asm, is from the subzone within Dogliani, called Valdiba, a zone gifted for long-lived wines with strong tannins that have a higher [...]

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  • Roagna

    The experience and a constant research of quality have given rise to a proper production philosophy, strictly connected to Roagna personality and lifestyle.Teachings about the wines have been passed down from father to son for five generations. The family speaks about philosophy, because the bond between wine and people is so strong to make it [...]

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  • Iuli

    The Cantina Iuli is located in a small little town called Montaldo which is in the somewhat undiscovered region of Monferrato in Piedmont. The population of Montaldo is 110 people on a good day… To name only a few of the many varieties, Monferrato is home to Moscato, Fresia, Grignolino, Dolcetto and of course Barbera. [...]

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  • Bocchino

    Azienda Agricola Eugenio Bocchino is, and will always be, a small family business. Consisting of 5.5 hectares of vineyards in seven vineyards in the Communes of La Morra, Verduno, Roddi and Alba. They pick all the grapes using small crates to ensure the fruit reaches the cellar in perfect condition. Each parcel is vinified separately [...]

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