Piedmont Red Wine
If you’re looking to learn more about Italian wine, then Piedmont red wines are a great way to get to learn more about this exceptional winemaking country. There are two main weather factors which affect the Piedmont region, firstly the icy breeze from the Alps and the warmth from the Mediterranean. This temperature variation causes morning fog, which dissipates throughout the day. This means the higher areas of land see the most sun later into day, which produces a stunning grape crop.
A cross between Barbera and Nebbiolo, rises Albarossa. Medium in body, it's full of plummy dark fruit with plenty of brooding >
The historic Prunotto estate became part of the Antinori 'family' in 1989. This is a Barolo of epic stature, from the esteemed >