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Lorenzo Accomasso

Lorenzo Accomasso

For lovers of traditional Barolo, Accomasso will add a new dimension to your appreciation and enjoyment of Italy’s greatest wine, Barolo.
G.B. Burlotto

G.B. Burlotto

In the late 19th century, Giovan Battista Burlotto’s accomplishments were rivaled only by those of Biondi-Santi and Vega Sicilia, as he achieved superstardom in a world dominated by French wines.
Tommaso Bussola

Tommaso Bussola

When Veneto legend Giuseppe Quintarelli was asked years ago to name the region’s next superstar, he didn’t hesitate: Tommaso Bussola. Today, that prediction has been proven by a string of superlative ...
Calabretta

Calabretta

Like the great traditionalists of Barolo and Montalcino, Calabretta uses indigenous varieties and long aging in large casks to produce some of Italy’s most extraordinary wines – at extraordinarily low prices.
Cappellano

Cappellano

A legend in Barolo, Teobaldo Cappellano was one of the region’s most outspoken traditionalists. Today, his son Augusto continues his father’s important work producing the renowned Barolos “Pie Franco” and “Rupestris.”
Il Carnasciale

Il Carnasciale

Il Caberlot, and its second label Carnasciale, are grown on a bluff overlooking the Arno River, and are the only wines in the world made from a mysterious clone discovered four decades ago.
Cerbaiona

Cerbaiona

The more we explore Brunello, the more we realize that a handful of surviving traditionalists are the growers to be truly revered. One of the greatest of these is Cerbaiona's Diego Molinari.
Colli di Catone

Colli di Catone

Antonio Pulcini stands nearly alone in holding on to his greatest white wine from his best vineyard, The Colle Gaio Old White, for 20 to 25 years before selling it, not only in sublime condition but at astonishingly low prices.
Giacomo Conterno

Giacomo Conterno

Among the most profound expressions of Barolo can be found in bottles bearing the Giacomo Conterno name. They represent the ideal of traditional Barolo: rich, powerful, massively structured.
Bruno Giacosa

Bruno Giacosa

Few could rival Bruno Giacosa for not only the stature of his work, but the dizzying number of famous wines he made.
Margherita Otto

Margherita Otto

Alan Manley’s Margherita Otto has an utterly traditional and singularly harmonious character, making it a must for anyone who loves Old School Barolo.
Cantina Bartolo Mascarello

Cantina Bartolo Mascarello

Until his death in 2005, Bartolo Mascarello was a towering figure in Barolo, producing some of the region’s most prized wines. Today, Maria Teresa Mascarello continues to build on her father’s legacy.
Giuseppe Mascarello

Giuseppe Mascarello

Mauro Mascarello and his legendary Barolo Monprivato represent the culmination of more than 130 years of great Giuseppe Mascarello wines.
Montepeloso

Montepeloso

Through unstinting effort and deep passion, Fabio Chiarelotto has made his Tuscan estate, Montepeloso, a beacon for those who prize purity, refinement and vineyard expression in wine.
Nervi-Conterno

Nervi-Conterno

With its hallowed vineyards, Roberto Conterno found the chance to own Nervi irresistible. It was as he told Monica Larner: “If you love Nebbiolo, that means you love all the areas where Nebbiolo grows.” Founded in 1906, Nervi is the oldest cantina in Gattinara. It has holdings in the appellation’s two greatest crus—Molsino and Valferana—as well as the top sites of Garavoglie and Cassace.
Elio Perrone

Elio Perrone

The precocious appeal of Stefano Perrone’s Moscato can cause people to overlook their subtlety and finesse. His Moscatos, Barberas, and the rose “Bigaro” find a striking balance between accessibility and seriousness.
Agostina Pieri

Agostina Pieri

Francesco Monaci’s warm, south-facing vineyard yields wine that are unmistakably from Montalcino, yet also possess a warmth and youthful generosity often lacking at the zone’s more “severe” addresses.
Produttori

Produttori

It finally happened: the world has awakened to one of its greatest wine treasures, the Produttori del Barbaresco. Since 1958, the Produttori has been the reference point for classic Barbaresco. And since their launching in 1967, the Produttori’s Riservas have been the defining expressions of Rabajà, Asili, Ovello and Barbaresco’s other noble vineyards.
Giuseppe Rinaldi

Giuseppe Rinaldi

Since taking over the Giuseppe Rinaldi estate in 1993, Beppe Rinaldi has taken the wines to new heights, crafting some of Barolo’s finest traditional wines.
Gianfranco Soldera

Gianfranco Soldera

Gianfranco Soldera pioneered Brunello’s modern era, founding his Case Basse estate in 1972. Today, virtually every Brunello or Brunello Riserva he’s ever made is considered a Holy Grail wine.
Valentini

Valentini

This extraordinary wine became legendary due to the intensity, complexity and ageworthiness reported by those lucky enough to have tasted it. And the legend was only fueled by its extreme rarity and Valentini’s reluctance to talk about how he made it.
Vallana

Vallana

What was true then is still so today: for seventy-five years the name Antonio Vallana has meant great Piemontese Nebbiolo.

Italy

Accomasso (Piedmont)
Comm. G.B. Burlotto (Piedmont)
Cappellano (Piedmont)
Giacomo Conterno (Piedmont)
Bruno Giacosa (Piedmont)
Margherita Otto (Piedmont)
Giuseppe Mascarello (Piedmont)
Nervi-Conterno (Piedmont)
Elio Perrone (Piedmont)
Giuseppe Rinaldi (Piedmont)
Il Carnasciale (Tuscany)
Cerbaiona (Tuscany)
Montepeloso (Tuscany)
Agostina Pieri (Tuscany)
Soldera (Tuscany)
Tommaso Bussola (Veneto)
Calabretta (Sicily)
Colli di Catone (Lazio)
Edoardo Valentini (Abruzzo)

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