Wine of the Week

Vietti Lazzarito 2008

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Wine: Lazzarito 2008

Producer: Vietti

Region/Appellation: Piemonte, Italy

Grape varieties: Nebbiolo

Vintage: 2008


Eye: deep garnet red

Nose: cherry, figs, ripe fruits, roses,

Mouth: velvety texture, dark fruits, soft tannins,


Price Point: $144

Available at Vinmonopolet: No

Available at Systembolaget: No

#tbt Recap

Looking back at my not too shabby wine adventure. I know I am very lucky, and I appreciate every moment along the way. Here are some of my favorite moments.


Taking a selfie with Charles Philipponnat


Working with Luca Currado at the Vietti stand at Tre Bicchieri


Celebrating 17 Mai with the Veglio’s in NYC


Picking grapes for Uno Per Uno with the team at Cantina Altare

Wine Events January

Will you be in the US in January? You have the chance to attend 2 wine events.

First event takes place in New York at La Pizza Fresca. Elisa Scavino will be there to show her wines at a winemaker dinner January 18th at 7pm. You will have the chance to taste Barbera d’Alba 2015, Barolo 2012 (93 JS), Barolo ‘Monvigliero’ 2012 (93 JS), Barolo ‘Bricco Ambrogio’ 2012 (92 JS), Barolo ‘Carobric’ 2012 (95 JS) and Barolo ‘Bric del Fiasc’ 2012 (94 JS).


Check out the details here.

Another wine event will take place in Texas on January 19th. Luca Currado will be at a pop up restaurant showing his wines. If you have the opportunity, you should definitely go!

Check out the facebook event for more details.




Wine of the Week Recap

I have had a lot of good wine over the years. Here is a list of some of the ones I have had recently. Maybe you are looking for a wine for your next dinner party? Or you need some inspiration?

Alessandro Veglio Barolo 2008

Cavallotto Pinner

Marengo Dolcetto 2014

Burlotto Barbera

Azelia Barolo 2011

Vietti La Crena 2011

Altare Langhe Arborina

Rinaldi Tre Tine 2010

Pira Barolo 2007

Giovanni Corino Barolo 2006

Piemontegirl’s First Vendemmia

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I have been in Barolo quite a few times, but I have never been there for the harvest. But finally, this year, I got to experience it. It really is a very interesting moment. All the hard work that has been done in the vineyard is now on it’s way to become wine. Most of the work is done. Now we just wait and see. These grapes will be wine in 2 to 5 years.

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