San Fereolo, Dogliani

Nicoletta Bocca has been the driving force at San Fereolo since she acquired the property in 1992, during which time she has mastered the terroir of her Valdibà subzone and completed the conversion to certified biodynamic (Demeter). The estate to be among the greatest references for the terroir of Dogliani, which is located immediately south […]

Cascina Roccalini, Barbaresco

The Veglio family were not farmers until third generation, Paolo Veglio, decided to go to school for oenology and ‘save the family farm’ so to speak. Up until 2005 all the fruit from this important cru was sold to Fontanafredda, then Bersano, and from 1990 until 2005 the fruit was sold to Giacosa. Hence, the […]

Principiano, Barolo

The name "Principiano” appears on the municipality of Serralunga di Alba land register dating back to 1700. Traditionally, the family has always taken care of their plots of land cultivating a mixed agriculture: it was only in 1993 that Ferdinando persuaded his father to convert all family’s holdings into vineyards, focusing on wine production as […]

Iuli, Monferrato

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. […]

Indie Cuvées

The Cantine di Indie cuvées are the products of Indie Wineries working with their winery partners in Italy, such as Tenuta la Favola, and Valdispina. The result are a small series of wines that are both very affordable and impeccably made. Wines: Cantine di Indie Vino Rosso del Popolo, Piemonte Cantine di Indie Polpo Rosso, […]

De Forville, Barbaresco

The DeForville family emigrated to Piedmont from Belgium in 1848 and established themselves in the village of Barbaresco in 1860. Here, the family was immediately engaged in growing the Nebbiolo grape under the direction of Gioachino De Forville. In 1940 the estate bottled its first wine and now virtually their entire production is bottled at […]

Cappellano, Barolo

Augusto Cappellano is the fifth generation of his family to farm vineyards in Serralunga d’Alba. The four hectares of vineyards there are supplemented by a small parcel in the neighboring village of Novello from which Cappellano produces his Nebiolo d’Alba. The vineyards in Serralunga are situated in the Gabutti cru which is on the western […]

Brovia, Barolo

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 of wine since that time. The Brovias, from generation to generation, have acquired some of the finest vineyard sites in […]

Vittorio Bera, Canelli

This was the first estate to bottle and market its own wine in the Canelli region. The estate lies in Sant’Antonio di Canelli within the region of Serra Masio, the most prestigious and ancient of the area’s Moscato production. The grapes are entirely Muscat Blanc à Petits Grains and are cultivated on steep, southeast slopes […]