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Piedmont Wine

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Dive into the esteemed wine region of Piedmont, a gem nestled in Italy's northwestern corner. Our curated collection showcases Piedmont's wine-making prowess, from the robust Barolo to the delicate Moscato. Ready to embark on a vinous journey? Shop now and discover the richness and diversity of Piedmont wines, ensuring your cellar is graced with Italy's finest


Dive into the esteemed wine region of Piedmont, a gem nestled in Italy's northwestern corner. Our curated collection showcases Piedmont's wine-making prowess, from the robust Barolo to the delicate Moscato. Ready to embark on a vinous journey? Shop now and discover the richness and diversity of Piedmont wines, ensuring your cellar is graced with Italy's finest
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  • Alasia Moscato d'Asti 2022

    $27.76
    or $26.37 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Vietti Moscato d'Asti 2023

    $46.41
    or $44.09 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Marcarini Moscato d'Asti 2022

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    $34.10
    or $32.40 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Massolino Moscato D'Asti DOC 2021

    $43.62
    or $41.44 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Borgo Maragliano La Caliera Moscato d’Asti DOCG (screwcap) 2023

    $27.82
    or $26.43 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Maretti Langhe Rosso DOC 2020

    $26.99
    or $25.64 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Cantina Vietti Nebbiolo Perbacco Langhe DOC 2021

    $61.66
    or $55.49 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Castellari Bergaglio Gavi di Tassarolo DOCG 'Fornaci' 2021

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    $41.85
    or $39.76 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • La Spinetta Moscato 2023

    (1)
    $42.68
    or $40.55 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Prunotto Barbera D'Alba 2022

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    $39.99
    or $37.99 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Prunotto Barolo Classico 2019

    $99.99
    or $94.99 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Prunotto Dolcetto D'Alba 2021

    $33.33
    or $31.66 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Prunotto Barbaresco Classico DOCG 2020

    $79.99
    or $75.99 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Mauro Franchino Gattinara DOCG 2018

    $100.75
    or $95.71 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Marcarini Nebbiolo Langhe DOC ‘Lasarin’ 2022

    $44.95
    or $42.70 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Marcarini Roero Arneis DOCG 2022

    $38.75
    or $36.81 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Conterno Fantino Barbera d’Alba DOC ‘Vignota’ 2021

    $69.75
    or $66.26 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Rocche Costamagna Barolo DOCG 2019

    $89.98
    or $85.48 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Cantina Vietti Roero Arneis DOCG 2022

    $55.66
    or $50.09 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Massolino Dolcetto d'Alba 2022

    $44.86
    or $42.62 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Marcarini d'Alba DOC 'Ciabot Camerano' 2021

    $40.30
    or $38.29 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Ca'D'Gal Moscato Sant'Ilario DOCG 2020

    $69.41
    or $65.94 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Colombera & Garella Coste della Sesia DOC 2020

    $55.80
    or $53.01 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • La Spinetta Nebbiolo 2020

    $59.99
    or $56.99 in case of 6 bottles.
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Piedmont, often referred to as the "Burgundy of Italy", is renowned for its picturesque landscapes, marked by rolling hills blanketed with vineyards and dotted with ancient castles. The region enjoys a continental climate, with cold winters and warm summers, making it ideal for viticulture. The fertile soils, combined with traditional Piedmont, often referred to as the "Burgundy of Italy", is renowned for its picturesque landscapes, marked by rolling hills blanketed with vineyards and dotted with ancient castles. The region enjoys a continental climate, with cold winters and warm summers, making it ideal for viticulture. The fertile soils, combined with traditional wine-making techniques, result in wines of exceptional quality and character. Nebbiolo is the star grape here, producing the illustrious Barolo and Barbaresco wines. Yet, Piedmont is also home to other notable varieties like Dolcetto and Barbera, which offer their own unique charm. The region doesn't just pride itself on its reds; it's also the birthplace of the sparkling Asti and sweet Moscato d'Asti. With such diversity, Piedmont stands as a testament to Italy's rich wine heritage, offering a captivating blend of tradition and innovation. read more... less

Frequently Asked Questions

What kinds of wines are Piedmont known for?

Piedmont, a name that resonates profoundly within the wine connoisseur's ear, is primarily celebrated for its powerful, tannic red wines, particularly those derived from the Nebbiolo grape. Barolo and Barbaresco, often termed the "King and Queen" of Italian wines, are the most eminent representations of Nebbiolo. These wines, known for their depth, complexity, and aging potential, exhibit aromas of tar, roses, and red cherries. But it's not just about Nebbiolo in Piedmont. The region also yields beautiful wines from Barbera and Dolcetto grapes—fruity, more approachable reds that are perfect for everyday drinking. Moreover, Piedmont is recognized for its white Moscato d'Asti, a lightly sparkling, sweet wine, and the dry, effervescent Gavi made from the Cortese grape.

Where are Piedmont wines made?

Piedmont wines hail from the northwestern corner of Italy, bordered by the Alps to the north and west. Its name, meaning "foot of the mountains", aptly describes its topography—hill-covered terrains that nestle at the base of towering peaks. The region benefits from a continental climate, characterized by cold winters and warm summers, ideal for ripening grapes to perfection. The Langhe and Roero areas, in particular, are the heartbeats of Piedmontese wine production, with many vineyards situated on the steep, south-facing slopes, capturing optimum sunlight.

What are the best Piedmont wines?

While "best" often hinges on individual palates, the most acclaimed wines from Piedmont are undeniably Barolo and Barbaresco. These wines, both birthed from the Nebbiolo grape, are known for their robust structure, profound depth, and potential for aging. They mature gracefully, developing nuanced flavors over the years. But beyond these titans, wines like Barbera d'Alba or d'Asti offer juicy and vibrant flavors, while Dolcetto wines bring forth softer, fruit-forward profiles. For white wine enthusiasts, Gavi and Arneis are splendid Piedmontese offerings, presenting fresh and aromatic characteristics.

Are Piedmont wines affordable?

Piedmont offers a spectrum of wines that cater to varied budgets. Iconic wines like aged Barolo or a rare vintage Barbaresco can command premium prices, especially from renowned producers or exceptional years. However, the region is also home to a plethora of wines that are both high-quality and pocket-friendly. Barbera, Dolcetto, and even some younger Nebbiolo wines provide exceptional value for their price, making it feasible for enthusiasts to savor a taste of Piedmont without burning a hole in their wallets. As with all wine regions, exploring and discovering lesser-known producers or sub-regions often yields delightful finds at attractive price points.