Since we’ve been talking all about the Piedmont region and its incredible wines, we thought you might want to give the wines a taste. 

Ready to apply the Piedmont wine learnings? 

Direct from Barolo, our wine offer is a mix of historic and up-and-coming producers from the Piedmont wine region.

What makes this offer special? Well, you have access to wines and producers that aren’t easily found outside of the area.

The best of the best

Only the best wines of the area from Barolo, Barbaresco, Roero, Alto Piemonte (Gattinara), and the Monferrato (Barbera d’Asti).

Find a mix of current vintages, older vintages, and Riserva Barbaresco and Barolo wine.  

For free shipping, use the promotional code above. Please note it is valid on orders of 12+ bottles (valid for the USA and Canada). For orders of 24+ bottles, a promotional code will be emailed to you for 7 percent off your next order.

Quantities are limited, so place your order today!

The Mamma Mia Piedmont Wine Offer – Direct from Barolo

Franco Conterno, Metodo Classico Nebbiolo Brut, 

Sparkling Nebbiolo! Of course, we have to kick off things off with bubbles! 

Absolutely different from other wines. Only 3500 bottles from a great Barolo winery. Made with grapes from a special vineyard selection in September. 

A 2013 millesime (vintage) that was disgorged in late 2018 is ready now. What a way to toast the summer. Price: 44€

Tasting note: Hints of apple and dried fruit on the nose with lively flavor, good structure, and perfect acidity.

Sparkling Nebbiolo wine pairing: Lip-smacking Baked Chicken Wings with Dry Rub

Scarpa Barbera d’Asti Superiore La Bogliona DOCG 2013

La Bogliona is Scarpa’s top wine and probably one of the most important expressions of barbera grapes in Piedmont. It’s longevity easily exceeds 20 years.

Unique with complex, elegant characteristics that will make you do a double-take. Made of grapes specially selected from the oldest part of the vineyard, refined for 30 to 36 months in oak barrels. Price: 48€

Tasting note: Intense aromas with plum, balsamic nuances. Dry and austere in mouth, pleasant acidity, with a mineral finish. 

Barbera wine pairing: Eggplant Parmesan Stacks

Scarpa Barbera d’Asti Superiore La Bogliona DOCG 2006

Still skeptical about aging barbera? Give this baby a whirl. When I first got to know Scarpa wines, I remember tasting an older La Bogliona and thought to myself, “I didn’t know a barbera could taste like this.”

Barbera is known for its great acidity, which many people don’t realize is a factor in wine ageabilty. The Bogliona vineyard area is divided into three plots with similar characteristics dominated by half sand, half clay. Soil components of magnesium and white caloric soil with sand give the wine beautiful elegance, saltiness, and minerality. Price: 62€

Tasting note: A beautifully fresh and structured wine with lively acidity, even at more than 15 years old. Fresh red fruits aromatics and on the palate with clear balsamic notes.

Barbera wine pairing: Oven Roasted Pulled Pork with Barbecue Sauce 

Antoniolo Gattinara DOCG 2014

When we talk about the nebbiolo of northern Piedmont, we mentally transport to Gattinara. 

Gattinara is a territory of volcanic origin at the foot of the Alps where vines were present dating back to Roman times. The complex soil composition is rich in iron minerals, ideal for the cultivation of long aging nebbiolo wines.

Since the early 1950s, the Antoniolo family’s endless passion has yielded memorable wines with traditional style. This Gattinara comes from 40-year-old vineyards and is aged 30 months in large oak barrels. Top wine. Price: 50€       

Tasting note: Ripe fruit and spices, fresh tannins and minerals in the mouth.

Gattinara Nebbiolo Wine Pairing: Denise’s Easy – and Delish – Risotto 

Valfaccenda Roero DOCG 2017/2018

The first of the three important wines made with nebbiolo grapes, protected under the best denomination, DOCG.

Nebbiolo wines from the Roero are elegant, bursting with aromas of red fruit and rich complexity in the mouth. Valfaccenda is a small cellar that is owned by a young winemaker using organic methods, producing limited quantities with insane quality. About one year in barrel and some months in bottles before release. Perfect in now and in the future! Price: 36€

Tasting note: The mainly sandy soils give the wines freshness and with hints of fruit and spices, perfectly blended in a dry and elegant finish.

Roero Nebbiolo Wine Pairing: Denise’s Bistrot Salad

Porello Marco Roero Riserva DOCG San Michele 2015

One of the Roero’s most beautiful vineyards; south-west facing with soil rich in sand and clay. Thirty-two months in tonneaux and big barrel. About 1500 bottles for this Riserva which will evolve over the next 15 years. Price: 42€

Tasting note: The wine expresses the extraordinary aromatic perfumes of the Roero of citrus, red fruits, and spices. In the mouth, it is very elegant but large and round, with fine tannins and great freshness.

Roero Riserva wine pairing: Denise’s Sausage and Asparagus Risotto

La Ca’ Nova Barbaresco DOCG Montefico Bric Mentina 2017

One of the oldest winemaking families in the Barbaresco area making wine for more than 100 years. 

Montefico is a beautiful vineyard in a lovely position. This is a classic, authentic Barbaresco wine expression with 20 months in barrel and another 12 months in bottles. Price: 37€

Tasting note: The nose is awesome with hints of violet, spice, and red fruits. In the mouth, it shows freshness and acidity that gives the wine a sumptuous and pleasant sensation.

Barbaresco Wine Pairing: Denise’s Red, White, and Green Salad

Scarpa Barbaresco DOCG Tettineive 2006

Here’s a fun opportunity: get yourself the 2006 Bogliona to compare / contrast the vintage in the Monferatto (Barbera d’Asti) and Barbaresco. The vineyards are roughly 24 miles / 40 km apart, so take on a little microclimate vintage exploration. 

In Barbaresco and Barolo, 2006 is one of the best vintages of this century, to-date. This classical wine is only now starting to soften and show its potential. Aged in large barrels for 30 months and then in the bottle. Scarpa is a unique producer in the area who retains quantities of every important vintage to showcase the high quality and longevity of its wines. We got part of its release in 2020 of the 2006 vintage for this offer. Only about 4400 bottles produced, all numbered by hand. Price: 93€

Tasting note: Barbaresco where floral and rose scents predominate, with a balanced, taut, and elegant mouth with silky and sweet tannins for a very deep finish. Masterpiece.

Barbaresco Wine Pairing: Denise’s Balsamic Blueberry Chicken 

Paitin Barbaresco Riserva DOCG Vecchie Vigne 2011

A family with a deeply rooted connection to Barbaresco; eight generations of history and incredible wines.

Vecchie Vigne is certainly their most important bottle, a masterpiece of patience and dedication. Only made in the best vintages, from the oldest vineyard in the Serraboella grand cru. The vineyards were planted by the family between 1948 and 1953. 

Only 3000 bottles of an extraordinary Barbaresco, 36 months of barrel aging, and all the remaining time in the bottle. Price: 99€

Tasting note: A wine with a unique character, power, volume, and structure in an elegant texture.

Barbaresco Wine Pairing: Denise’s Spring Stew with Lemon, Mint, and Glazed Carrots

Raineri Barolo DOCG 2016

The 2016 vintage is truly epic and this wine is incredible. 

The winery was started in 2008 by a couple of guys who had worked at top cellars but wanted to produce their wines. They make fewer bottles of top quality. 

This Barolo brings together three small vineyards in Monforte with 24 months in barrel and low yields. Price: 49€

Tasting note: Black fruits with a violet and cherry nose. A big mouth with silky tannins in the finish.

Barolo Wine Pairing: Denise’s Pressure Cooker Beef Brisket with Molasses BBQ Sauce

Giovanni Manzone Barolo DOCG Bricat 2008

The 2008 vintage has got to be one of my favorites. The elegance and richness have made it approachable and just gorgeous since its release. And, it just keeps getting better. 

The Manzone family has been making their wines since 1925. They own all the vineyards, which are in top areas in the municipality of Monforte. Their incredible Barolo wines are the result of maniacal and uncompromising work in the vineyards and long aging in large barrels.

Bricat is the oldest part of the cru Gramolere, about 60-year-old vines, bottled after 40 months in big barrels, and 30/40 days of skin contact maceration contact. Both a complex and elegant Barolo. Price: 78€

Tasting note: Tannins that envelop the palate with hints of red fruits and chocolate. 

Barolo Wine Pairing: Denise’s Spring Stew with Lemon, Mint, and Glazed Carrots

Paolo Manzone Barolo Riserva DOCG Meriame 2013

Paolo Manzone is a producer of clear style and ideas. Through meticulous vineyard and cellar work, he producers top, complex wines. 

Meriame is among the most important vineyards in Serralunga d’Alba. Great exposure and 70-year-old vines make this an incredible Riserva. The low per hectare yields are less than half the norm and it ages for 3 years in large cask, 2 years in cement, and 1 year in bottle.

Only about 2000 bottles produce@d only in the best vintage. Price: 70€

Tasting note: All the power and structure of Serralunga, complex, and enveloping with great length and depth. It will express itself at the highest level for many years. Truly outstanding, memorable wine.

Barolo Wine Pairing: Denise’s Oven Roasted Pulled Pork with Barbecue Sauce

Don’t forget to use the promo code “HAPPY-SHIP” for free shipping (valid on orders of 12+ bottles; only on orders to the USA and Canada).

For orders of 24+ bottles, get 7 percent off your next order. A promo code will be emailed to you, 

Remember, quantities are limited, so place your order today!

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