The fame of Piedmontese wines is mainly linked to the area's excellent red wines, including Barbera, Barolo and Dolcetto. However, together with rosé wines, these represent just over half the region's production. Indeed, Piedmont vines also produce white and sparkling wines, including Gavi and Moscato, two prestigious examples in the region.
Want to know more? We have selected three of our best Piedmontese wines to show you the fruits of the ancient wine tradition of this region.
PIEMONTE BARBERA DOC 2018
When you feel the need to let yourself be carried away by the simple flavours of our cuisine, you can rely on Piedmont Barbera DOC 2018 to be a faithful companion at the table. This structured dry wine brings together the distinct flavour of Barbera grapes in a refined and elegant way. The wine goes perfectly with hearty soups, red meats, strong cheeses and appetizers. It is the ideal wine for those who love to be persuaded by strong flavours and who note the colours and aromas of blackberries and cherries in the glass.
BARBARESCO DOCG 2015
Awarded the gold medal at the Berliner Wein Trophy in 2018 and winning silver at the International Wine Challenge UK, this red wine is vinified with full respect for Piedmontese tradition. It is ideal for accompanying dishes featuring truffles, game or aged cheeses. Spicy and sweet at the same time, this wine owes its seductive balance to a slow maceration of Nebbiolo skins and to three years of refinement in oak. Its flavour is clear and authentic and leaves no room for second thoughts. Try it to believe it!
MOSCATO PIEMONTE DOC 2018
Highly drinkable and very fresh to the palate, Moscato Piemonte DOC 2018 demonstrates that Piedmont has all the skill and experience needed to offer wine lovers an excellent alternative to reds. Perfect with cold and traditional desserts, the wine is characterized by its straw yellow colour and full-bodied bouquet. Pour it for a light, pleasant and fragrant toast.