BaroloBrunello at the Castle of Barolo 21/22 November, we’ll be there!

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At the event of the year, BaroloBrunello, the Barolo Briccolina 2009 will be the ambassador for the tannins of Serralunga d’Alba, together with the Barolo Leon Riserva 2008 and other excellent examples of Barolo and Brunello production! In the process of transformation from grape to wine, man’s intervention is minimalist: we let the grapes express…

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A day in Serralunga d’Alba by Bruce Sanderson

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Here is an extract of the Serralunga d’Alba post written by Bruce Sanderson, Wine Spectator senior editor and Piedmont specialist:   … Just a few miles away, Rivetto‘s perch atop a ridge to the east of Serralunga offers a stunning view of the castle. The property straddles the border between Serralunga and Sinio, which lies just outside the…

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Upcoming ratings!

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On next issues of Wine Spectator and Wine Enthusiast our wines have been positively rewieved. You can check for it on-line but here we have a preview and at this link you can see an abstract of our press reviews: Barolo Briccolina 2008 – 94 Wine Spectator, 95 Wine Enthusiast Barolo Leon Riserva 2007 – 93 Wine Spectator, 94 Wine Enthusiast Barolo del Comune di Serralunga 2008 – 93 Wine…

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Finally, Nascetta

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  I need to say it with a sigh of relief, finally Nascetta! Because the 2011 was finished a few months ago and a lot of orders were waiting to close, awaiting the Langhe Nascetta 2012. We have produced 6,800 bottles and 20 Magnums, the 2012 attests to and consolidates the long road undertaken to…

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1 March 2013 Ampelion di Alba: I hope you were able to go

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Unfortunately, for work reasons I couldn’t go, but I hope some of you were able to, at least to have had the chance to hear Ruggero Mazzilli. I think that the direction that he has laid out is the only one possible from the perspective of responsibility in wine production. The conference was held in…

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Barolo Serralunga ’06: 16th place in the Wine Spectator Top 100

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I won’t disguise my joy at receiving this major recognition; it is a pleasure to be considered the second Barolo and the third Italian wine in the world by the prestigious magazine, Wine Spectator. The satisfaction does not lie solely in the positioning, but it is proof of the fact that work pays off; the…

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Langhe Nebbiolo Lirano 2008: at the TOP

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The April issue of Wine Spectator , dedicated to Piedmont, has arrived, and in addition to the already noted rating of 95 for the Barolo Serralunga 2006 in the TOP WINES section, we find the Nebbiolo Langhe Lirano 2008 with 89 points. Bruce Sanderson tasted more than 475 wines and among these the quality/price ratio…

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B&B: fresh new colours for your holidays

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I live where others choose to spend their vacations, to enjoy life. Sometime I forget this, because daily life distracts me, but then I see a foreign license plate, hear a different accent, glimpse a bilingual sign … little details that remind me that I am lucky. This time the detail is a newly-painted wall:…

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Rivetto – Montanera: twin cities and cinema

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The Barbaresco Cè Vanin will depart from Montanera for Spain on Saturday, 9 April. Jaime Montanera, already an honorary citizen, will visit the centre of “cuneese”, twinned with the Catalan town of Val De Boì, for the occasion of the traditional delivery of the Palmon. Francesco Dadone, mayor of Montanera will reciprocate the homage of…

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95 for the Barolo Serralunga 2006

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Decanter awarded it the Gold Medal in the Decanter World Wine Awards 2010. Wine Enthusiast gave it an “enthusiastic” 94. And today it is Wine Spectator to celebrate our Barolo Serralunga 2006 with a gratifying 95 from Bruce Sanderson who confirms our expectations: only the best of a well-suited zone, that of Serralunga d’Alba, gives…

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