Trediberri – Langhe Nebbiolo 2016

Trediberri Langhe Nebbiolo 2016

One of my new favorite winemakers in Nicola at Trediberri. You’ll have to look hard to find a more energetic, eager to learn, interesting young winemaker. The winery is located below La Morra in the middle of the vineyards. He is a relatively new winemaker, but his wines are well balanced and fresh. Definitely worth a try if you can get a hold of a bottle (or a glass).

This wine has the characteristics of a typical nebbiolo: fruity, floral, cherries. As it is a nebbiolo, it might need to breathe a little to open up, but it’s a fresh wine, easy to drink.


Wine: Langhe Nebbiolo

Producer: Trediberri

Region/Appellation: Piemonte, Italy

Grape varieties: Nebbiolo

Vintage: 2016


Eye: ruby red

Nose: earthy, cherries, dark fruits, floral, some spices

Mouth: fruity and fresh, solid tannins, well balanced

Price Point: $18

Available at Vinmonopolet: yes

Available at Systembolaget:


Enzoboglietti – Wine of the Week

Enzoboglietti Barbera d’Alba 2015

Although you can’t find Enzoboglietti in Norway, if you’re in find their wines you should try a glass (or a bottle). A medium size winery in La Morra (100 000 bottles a year), this family run winery produces many great quality wines of many good wines.

Among them are Brunate, Boiolo and Case Nere. They have plots in Serralunga, Barolo and La Morra (and a few other places) and they make 15 different types of wine! Read more about them here. 



Wine: Barbera d’Alba

Producer: Enzoboglietti

Region/Appellation: Piemonte, Italy

Grape varieties: Barbera

Vintage: 2015

Eye: bright ruby color

Nose: floral, red fruits, light oak

Mouth: cherry, blackberry, smooth and earthy tannins, balanced acidity

Price Point: $20

Available at Vinmonopolet: no

Available at Systembolaget: no

Mauro Veglio’s Arborina is to die for

Mauro Veglio Barolo Arborina 2011

If you follow me on Instagram or Facebook, you know I spend a lot of time with Mauro Veglio and his wife. And you probably also know that I am a huge fan, not just of their wines but of them. And their Barolo Arborina is no exception. 2011 was a good year, especially for my palate. So it’s no surprise I love their Arborina from that year. Barolo’s are heavy, and I struggle with the tannins, and although this wine has tannins, it’s very well balanced!

Mauro Veglio Arborina

Wine: Barolo Arborina

Producer: Mauro Veglio

Region/Appellation: Piemonte, Italy

Grape varieties: nebbiolo

Vintage: 2011


Eye: dark ruby color

Nose: strawberries, floral, blackberries, licorice, hint of tobacco

Mouth: dark cherries, prunes,  well balanced


Price Point: $40

Available at Vinmonopolet: no

Available at Systembolaget: yes