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Winery Wednesday: Manzone

Winery Wednesday: This time I am taking you to Monforte In case you haven't been paying attention, I have been doing Winery Wednesday for quite some time now, recommending wineries to visit in the Piemonte region. This wednesday it's Manzone's turn. Manzone is located a little "out of my comfort zone" (we all know I... Continue Reading →

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Bruno Rocca I know I focus a lot on Barolo, but as many of you know Barbaresco is also an amazing wine area. And one of my favorite producers from that region is Bruno Rocca. They have a really good selection of wines and a beautiful estate, so if you're looking for wineries in Barbaresco... Continue Reading →

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Trediberri Although a fairly small winery, it's definitely worth a visit. Trediberri is basically just 3 people from Berri (kind of): Nicola Oberto, Federico Oberto and Vladimiro Rambaldi. The winery is fairly hidden in the valley below La Morra, below the Rocche dell'Annunziata vineyard. We were lucky to visit with Nicola, and he showed us... Continue Reading →

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Paolo Scavino You may have read about them here before, but it's worth mentioning them again. Paolo Scavino is at the bottom of the hill of Castiglione Falletto (right next to Azelia), and guess what: Azelia and Scavino are related. I forget exactly how (even though they have explained it to me a million times).... Continue Reading →

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Azelia At the bottom of the hill of Castiglione Faletto (almost in La Morra) you'll find Azelia. The winery started producing wine in 1920 and has gradually grown into the winery it is today. Lorenzo and his father Luigi run the winery today, already the 5th generation of winemakers of Azelia. As most of the... Continue Reading →

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Maybe you didn't know, but Revello Fratelli split in two and there is now also Carlo Revello & Figli. It's a relatively new winery, however Carlo has 30 years experience since he worked with his brother at Fratelli Revello before embarking on this new adventure. As you can see, the label is inspired by Carlo... Continue Reading →

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