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Guido Rivella (Barbaresco)

After 44 glorious years as oenologist at Gaja, Guido retired in 2014. Since then he has been making tiny quantities of wine with his children Enrico and Silvia at his small family estate in Barbaresco.  Coming from a rural family (his grandparents and parents have always worked as farmers in...

Josetta Saffirio, Monforte (Barolo)

Josetta Saffirio was a pioneer. Back in 1973, at the young age of 23, she transformed the family business that was selling grapes to other winemakers at the time, to a fully functional winery with her name and the famous gnomes as her emblem. Today the winery is led by...

La Briccolina, Serralunga (Barolo)

Tiziano Grasso only started to bottle his own wine from the oldest vines in his perfectly situated vineyard in Serralunga d’Alba in 2012. We are honoured to have met and tasted with him at the cantina before his terribly sad loss in May 2017. La Briccolina is an unparalleled natural...

La Carlina, Grinzane Cavour (Barolo)

La Carlina Winery is located in the heart of Grinzane Cavour, one of the eleven villages in Barolo. Brother and sister duo – Francesco and Camilla are two young enthusiastic winemakers with a clear vision: to produce fresh, clean and delicious wines respecting the surrounding environment and biodiversity through simple...

La Vedetta, Tre Stelle (Barbaresco)

La Vedetta is the brainchild of Marco Viglino, a passionate and driven young man who a few years ago decided to quit his corporate nine-to-five to focus on continuing his family winemaking tradition. Despite being a young cantina, the vines and the experience of the winemakers are second to none...

Le More Bianche, Magliano (Roero)

After 15 years as a wine consultant for many wineries across Piedmont, back in 2015, Alessandro Bovio decided to set up his own cantina. Le More Bianche (The White Mulberries) is named after an old tree that sits at the top of his 2.30 hectares of vineyards, which are planted...