Piedmont is a land rich in flavors to be eaten and sipped; the wine and food culture is interwoven with wine making art, in what is considered one of the region’s most capable of producing wines of value.

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Angelo Negro Angelin Nebbiolo Langhe DOC - Pieces for BOX: 6.....

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Angelo Negro Barolo del Comune di Serralunga d'Alba Barolo DOCG - Pieces for BOX: 6.....

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Angelo Negro Cescu Dolcetto d'Alba DOC - Pieces for BOX: 6.....

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Angelo Negro Moscato D'Asti DOCG - Pieces for BOX: 6.....

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The vast vineyards of the region are spread in the hills of Monferrato, Astigiano and Langhe and give origin to fine wines, in particular red wines such as Dolcetto d'Alba and Barbera d'Asti, as well as white wines rich in aromas and very delicate, such as Langhe Doc Arneis, or the famous Asti Spumante.

 

Wines from Piedmont are of many types: they have strong flavors and are very different from each other, coming from clayey and sandy soils, from ventilation and temperature ranges of the mild climate of the region. They can be served with different traditional foods as well as with other types of dishes, each of them has a specific flavor for the specific dish.

 

Even in the region of Piedmont it is possible to take part to wine tours in order to participate to grape harvests and see how wine is processed, at the end it is also possible to taste them.

 

The 2 Best Red Wines of Piedmont

 

Piedmont is the land of wines but there are some that are specialties not to be missed, here are the ones:

 

1.              Giacomo Borgogno Barolo Cannubi 2016: a ruby red wine with orange highlights: it has a long and persistent aroma with notes of berries, flowers and herbs. It has an intense flavor with notes of orange, berries and a slightly bitter finish. Fermentation is regular 12 days at high temperatures. After racking, it will be aged 48 months in Slovenian oak barrels.

How to serve it? On the table it finds the right combination with different types of meat, mature cheeses and truffles.  To be drunk cold at about 10° C.

 

2.              Braida di Giacomo Bologna Bricco dell'Uccellone Barbera d'Asti DOCG: there is a curiosity about its  name that should not be missed: L'uccellone was the nickname of a woman who lived in the hillside of the vineyards. Her nose looked like a beak, moreover she always wore black: this earned her the nickname in the village. Hence, the name Bricco dell'Uccellone. It is another intense ruby red, aroma of red fruit with hints of spice and cinnamon, sweet taste of berries with final fresh notes of mint and licorice, perfect to drink cold in summer. It is made from barbera grapes, maceration on the skins takes place at an average temperature for about 20 days and then it is aged in oak barrels for 12 months.

How to serve it? It is very useful to taste next to meat, seasoned and medium-aged cheeses, risottos and truffle dishes.

 

The dessert wine par excellence

 

Fontanafredda Asti DOCG is on the podium. Finally, let's talk about dessert wines. This is a sweet and fresh wine, with a sweet and intense flavor of grapes and flowers and an aroma of ripe fruit with hints of honey, obtained by drying grapes and fermented in autoclave at low temperature (Charmat method).

 

How to serve it? It should be served cold, great for desserts and with fruit. It goes well with desserts such as stuffed cakes and classic pastries. Excellent also for a sweet aperitif in company. To be drunk strictly cold.

 

White wines from Piedmont: here are the ones to choose

 

There are not only red wines in Piedmont, but here are also the white ones and how to perfectly match them with food:

 

Gavi

 

 It is produced with Cortese grape, elegant and with a delicate taste. It has a straw yellow color with greenish reflections and it gives a sweet and fresh aroma with hints of white flowers. On the palate it is light with a sweet taste and a long finish. This sparkling wine does not need a minimum fermentation time and it is easily obtained, whereas sparkling wine requires a fermentation time of nine months.

How to serve it? It is excellent as an aperitif, especially in summer and goes well with many foods such as lean appetizers, tasty vegetables such as peppers, with fish but also with white meats such as chicken escallops, vitello tonnato, and with fried foods and truffles.

 

Pinot Grigio

 

One of the most famous in Italy, a white wine, with coppery yellow in color. It has an intense and fruity aroma with sweet notes of honey and cinnamon. On the palate, it is dry and smooth with fruity and honeyed notes. It derives from Pinot Noir grape, which is then processed. The cultivation of this grape began in Bourgogne: it is characterized by small pinecone shaped berries, which are very rare to find. Currently, the cultivation of this grape is done in Lombardy, Trentino, Friuli and Veneto.

 

As a white wine, it is one of the most exported in Italy. In particular in China, United Kingdom, Japan and America.

How to serve it? Excellent as an aperitif, Pinot Gris can be served with appetizers of cold cuts or cheese, fish dishes and risottos, but it is also good with pasta dishes such as delicate pastas. Excellent also as a gift for a wine lover, you will certainly make a good impression.

 

On the website www.italianwinelover.it, you will find a wide selection of wines from the region in question, for every taste, but not only. There will also be wines from Veneto, Friulian wines and wines from Lombardy, that you can order directly online from the best Italian wine wholesalers. On the site, you can find the technical sheet of the product, understand how it is made and take advantage of discounts to stock up your wine shop. Moreover, there is a wide selection of red wines, white wines, dessert wines, rosé wines and sparkling wines strictly from Italy.