You heard me: Giovanni Corino has geese Most of you think of wine when you hear Giovanni Corino. And they still make wine (don't worry), but they also have geese! How cool is that? I am actually terrified of geese, so the pictures are really zoomed in. These geese are not really scared of humans... Continue Reading →
Fun Fact Friday: Giovanni Corino Do you know what Giovanni Corino is know for besides wine? Gardening! Barolo is normally associated with wine, but sometimes we forget that many of the winemakers are farmers. Which means their skill also goes beyond the vineyards. So it's self explanatory that many grow their own vegetables. And the... Continue Reading →
It may not be a surprise that I spent my time at Vinitaly in the Piemonte section. Many of my friends were there presenting their wines, including of course Giovanni Corino. Their labels were recently "updated" and as you can see they were on display at the fair. As I have tasted all their wines... Continue Reading →
I will just share one photo for now from the wonderful weekend I just spent in Barolo. The weekend was filled with good wine, tasty food, amazing people and horrible weather! But for me the weather doesn't play a huge role, especially with so many incredible people surrounding me. The photo is from my Birthday... Continue Reading →
Giovanni Corino Giovanni Corino is a family owned winery located in La Morra, or more precisely, Annunziata, in the Barolo area. The winery is fairly small, they produce about 40,000 bottles a year. They produce the "normal" lineup, meaning Dolcetto, Barbera, Langhe Nebbiolo and a few Barolos. You will also find their Barbera Cibot dù... Continue Reading →
Barolo Vigna Giachini by Giovanni Corino Wine: Barolo Vigna Giachini Producer: Giovanni Corino Region/Appellation: Barolo, Piemonte Grape varieties: Nebbiolo Vintage: 2006 Eye: bright ruby red Nose: fruity, cherry and raspberry, some licorice, roses, Mouth: silky tannins, easy to drink, fruity, balanced with firm structure Price Point: $71 Available at Vinmonopolet: Not yet...