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PIEMONTE

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...

Livia Fontana (Barolo)

The cantina Livia Fontana was founded in 1820. Livia is the 8th generation of the family at the helm working with her sons Michele and Lorenzo and still following the same philosophy as her ancestors. Regularly name-checked by purveyors of the finest Nebbiolo throughout Piedmont and by those ‘in the...

Marco Capra (Alta Langa)

The hairpin bends of the road that climbs up to Seirole, a village near Santo Stefano Belbo, passes through a different landscape to the vine-dominated Bassa Langa. This is the south-western border between the Langhe and Monferrato: vines alternate with woodland and the farmhouses have not changed for centuries. Nevertheless,...

Monte Maletto, Carema (Alto Piem.)

Monte Maletto is a one-man show run by Gian Marco Viano (34 yo), undoubtedly one of the future superstars of Carema. Before starting the cantina Gian Marco worked as a professional sommelier for over 7 years.  Gian Marco practices organic vinification, minimal intervention methods in the cantina and he is...

Nicholas Altare (Dogliani)

Nicholas Altare is one of the most promising young winemakers in Piedmont. He took over the family business at the age of 16, as soon as his father agreed to convert to organic farming. Until 2015 his family had sold grapes to other winemakers. Then, with the support of Fernando...