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Piedmont

Our wines from the Piedmont region of Italy

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Réva in the Piedmont region uses a 100%-organic regime for the management of its vineyards which prohibits the use of synthetic products, preserves the biodiversity of the vineyard, protects the fertility of the soil and ensures greater adherence of the wine to its home territory. 

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Barolo DOCG

Location: Barolo, Monforte d'Alba, La Morra, Serralunga

Hectares: 3 ha

Exposure: South, South-West

Altitude: 250 - 360 m

Grape Variety: Nebbiolo 100%

Plant density: 4,500 vines per hectare

Type of Harvest: Manual

Soil: Sant'Agata marl, Diano d'Alba fossils and sandstone

Sensory Profile: Bouquet with aromas of sage, red berries, and tobacco and rose notes. Full, elegant flavor, with deep, soft, enveloping tannins

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Ravera
Barolo DOCG 

Location: Novello, Ravera sub-area

Hectares: 1.1 ha

Exposure: East, South-East

Altitude: 380 m

Grape Variety: Nebbiolo 100%, Michet clone

Plant density: 4,500 vines per hectare

Type of Harvest: Manual

Soil: Clay and limestone, alternating with marl and fossiliferous sandstone, tending to "elveziano"

Sensory Profile: Extremely complex as it is balanced and elegant. Scents are spicy, with floral, red and black berries and tobacco notes. Acidity is always lively in the mouth, while it is full bodied with persistent but velvety, dense tannins

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Barbera d'Alba DOC

Location: Monforte d'Alba, Loc. San Sebastiano and Novello, "Ravera" sub-area

Hectares: 1.9 ha

Exposure: South-East

Altitude: 360 - 380 m

Grape Variety: Barbera 100%

Plant density: 4,500 vines per hectare

Type of Harvest: Manual

Soil: Clay and clay-sandy

Sensory Profile: Full, structured, enveloping, long taste. Aromatic bouquet with hints of red berries, candied and preserved fruit in spirits, and spices. Full and fresh in the mouth, it is highly drinkable wine

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Langhe Bianco DOC

Location:  San Sebastiano in Monforte d'Alba; Diano d'Alba

Hectares: 1.2 ha

Exposure: South, South-East

Altitude: 360 - 370 m

Grape Variety: Sauvignon Blanc 50%, Sauvignon Gris 50%

Plant density: 4,500 vines per hectare

Type of Harvest: Manual

Soil: Lequio formation clay and limestone, alternating with marl and fossiliferous sandstone, tending to "elveziano"

Sensory Profile: Flinty notes combine with hints of passionfruit, citrus and sage. In the mouth it is bold, lively and fresh, with a crisp acidity

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Nebbiolo d'Alba DOC

Location:  San Sebastiano in Monforte d'Alba

Hectares: 1.3 ha

Exposure: South

Altitude: 360 m

Grape Variety: Nebbiolo 100%

Plant density: 4,500 vines per hectare

Type of Harvest: Manual

Soil: Lequio formation clay and limestone, alternating with marl and fossiliferous sandstone, tending to "elveziano"

Sensory Profile: Full, elegant flavor, with soft, enveloping tannins. Aromatic bouquet with hints of rose, red berries, and spices

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Barolo Cannubi

Location:  Monforte d’Alba / Piemonte

Grape Variety: Nebbiolo, Lampia clone

Tasting Notes: Elegant and well-balanced, it starts with notes of rosehip and hidden spices, aromas of cherries and liquorice, then envelops the entire palate with fullness and persuasiveness that can be felt while drinking it, showing plentiful but well balanced acidity and a tannic body that is present but delicate.

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Since 1870, generation after generation, the winemaking tradition of the Dogliotti family in the Piedmont region has been passed down from father to son. With time, they have refined their techniques to create the high-quality wines and the vast selection they are known for today.

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Red Vermouth 18/70

Denomination: Red Vermouth made with Barbera d'Asti DOCG

Region: Piedmont

Varietal: 100% Barbera d'Asti DOCG

Alcohol content: 16% by Vol

Color: Ruby red coming from Barbera wine, brilliant, intense (no added colors)

Nose: The nose is an explosion of herbs and spices that overlap the fruity notes coming from the Barbera wine. You can feel the absinthe, typical Vermouth essence, well balanced with the rich context that alternates scents of floral notes, spicy notes, and fruit notes, wild berries, black cherry and cocoa

Palate: In the mouth the flavor is full, velvety, bitterish, although the sweetness prevails

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White Vermouth 18/70

The transparent glass bottle shows off the characteristic, bright golden tones of moscato. On the nose, it’s delicate, expressive, and elegant. Like a typical Vermouth, its aromatic notes mingle with spices and herbs, particularly absinthe; and light fruity, floral, and citrus notes. Tasting it is a continual evolution in sensations: it is intriguing and inviting. In the mouth, it’s rich and full-bodied. An initial sweetness is balanced with its fine, acidic structure and final bitter taste.

Vermouth 18/70 is perfect for aperitivo for its elegant, fine characteristics. Its flavors are exulted both neat or on the rocks, garnished with lemon. It is also perfect for cocktails; the combinations are endless, from the classic Americano to the creative inventions of international barmen around the globe.

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Barbera D'Asti DOCG

Region: Piemonte

Wine: Barbera d’Asti D.O.C.G.

Grapes: 100% Barbera

Town: Castagnole delle Lanze

Vineyards altitude: 950 feet

Vineyards exposure: South-West

Vines average age: 25 years old

Nose: Intense perfume with floral and fruity sensations

Taste: Fresh, intense and characteristic aroma, dry with high acidity. Tends to become more full and harmonious with age

Food Pairings: It is a wine that can be served during the whole meal; great with cold cuts, ham, red and white meat. Different kinds of pasta and some kind of fish like eel and carp

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Barolo DOCG

Region: Piemonte

Wine: Barolo D.O.C.G.

Grapes: 100% Nebbiolo

Town: Barolo/Castiglion Falletto

Vineyards altitude: 950 feet

Vineyards exposure: South-West

Vines average age: 25 years old

Nose: Violet and dog-rose bouquet with leather and spicy notes

Taste: Dry, quite tannic, mouth-filling, velvety and well-balanced Food Pairings: Grilled meat, game meat, mature cheese, savory meals according with the piedmont traditional food

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Moscato D'Asti DOCG

Denomination: Moscato d’Asti DOCG

Grape variety: 100 % Moscato Bianco

Vine-training system: Guyot

Soil: Clayey-calcareous, calcareous-siliceous

Grape-harvest: Mid-August to early September Max.

Crop/hectare: 10 metric tons

Yield in wine: 75% Alcohol percentage: 5,5 % Vol

Color: Golden straw color

Perfume: Orange blossom, honeysuckle, almonds, ginger and fruit dominated by green grapes, citrus tones and ripe peach nuance Taste: From pear and apple, to orange and lime with consistent appearances in the ripe, juicy peach and apricot category

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On the strength of their long-standing farming traditions, the Bergaglio family played a key role in the birth and the success of Gavi, and has been producing this great white wine in Piedmont for three generations. It all originated from the great vision and passion of Ferdinando Bergaglio and his son Roberto, who realized the wine-making potential of the land. After a lifetime spent working at a historic local winery, in 1976, Ferdinando – together with his newly-wed son Roberto and daughter-in-law Silvana – decided to undertake a new family adventure, La Chiara winery. Today, the estate extends over a vast area, all of it in the municipality of Gavi, with 28 hectares occupied by vineyards cultivated with pride, passion, and according to traditional methods.

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Gavi DOCG 
Del Comune di Gavi

Region: Piedmont

Wine: Gavi D.O.C.G. del Comune di Gavi

Grapes: 100% Cortese

Town: Gavi

Vineyards altitude: 800 feet

Vineyards exposure: West, South-West

Vines average age: 25 years old

Harvest: Grapes are collected by hand, with great care, generally in mid September

Nose: The scent is fragrant and characteristic, with pleasant and elegant apricot and citrus notes, on a very delicate mineral and rusty background

Taste: Warm savory, harmonious taste. Great companion for white meat hors d’oeuvres, seafood salads and grilled fish

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Gavi DOCG
Del Comune di Gavi
Black Label

Region: Piedmont

Wine: Gavi D.O.C.G. del Comune di Gavi

Grapes: 100% Cortese di Gavi

Town: Gavi

Vineyards altitude: 800 feet

Vines average age: 45 years old

Harvest: Grapes are collected by hand, with great care 

Nose: Rich, elegant scent with pleasing floral and balsamic notes, strong fresh fruit nuances and mineral hints

Taste: Dry, lively, warm and full bodied. Persistent and savory taste reveals traces of flint and fresh hay. It pairs well with shellfish, seafood dishes, mid-aged cheeses and white meat