This is a box of 6 delicious wines, showcasing the incredible wines of this standout region.
Piemonte, or Piedmont, is a renowned wine region in northwest Italy, located at the foot of the Alps. It is widely recognized as one of Italy's most prestigious wine-producing areas, home to a rich viticultural heritage and a diverse range of grape varieties. Piemonte is particularly famous for its red wines, but it also produces notable whites.
The wines of Piemonte are designed to be paired alongside the region's rich culinary traditions. They pair exceptionally well with dishes such as truffles, aged cheeses, hearty meats, risotto, and braised dishes.
Wines in the Box:
Principiano Ferdinando - Dosset Vino Rosso
Fermentation with indigenous yeasts without added sulphur then aged in stainless steel tanks for ten months. This is a light, fresh and juicy style of Dolcetto perfect with any pizza or pasta.
Azienda Agricola Ronchi - Barbaresco 2019
For the “Ronchi” single-vineyard bottling, fermentation is carried out in stainless steel and the wine is aged for two years in a mix of tank, large Slavonian casks, and some French oak barrels. The result is a wine of exceptional aromatic complexity and power. Really one to watch. Drinks well in youth but will reward patience.
Eraldo Viberti - Barbera d'Alba 2019
Manually harvested grapes are fermented and aged in stainless steel tank. This is dark and gamey Barbera but with a lightness and elegance to it. Only 6000 bottles produced.
Principiano Ferdinando - Barolo Di Serralunga 2019
This dedication to nature extends to the cellar, with minimal intervention and only small additions of sulphur at bottling. The vinification is decidedly old-school, with long submerged-cap macerations and elevage taking place only in older wood barrels of 20 to 40 hectolitres. Lighter and fresher style of Barolo that is more approachable in youth
Picollo, Gavi di Gavi, Italy, 2021
An Elegant and easy drinking Gavi with bags of orchard fruit, citrus and minerality. What more do you need? Great for the price.
Vigneti Ca'D'Gal, Mosacto D'Asti 'Lumine', 2022
From an 8 hectare parcel in Valdivilla, in Santo Stefano Belbo, the heart of Moscato country. The youngest vines are 27 years old, while the oldest are up to 50.Grapes are hand harvested before spontaneous Fermentation to 5-5.5% alcohol with indigenous yeasts. Moscato D'asti often gets a bad rap and their are some mass produced poor examples out there but when it's good it can be very enjoyable. This is sweet, fun, frivolous and full of joy. Enjoy as an aperitif, with spicy food or with deserts.