Piedmont Wine Magazine

The historic Barbaresco Asili Cru
The name Asili comes from Roman times and is derived from the word asylum. Asylum because the local tribes, fleeing from the Romans, had taken refuge on Asili Hill. At that time the hill was not used for wine growing...
The Difference Between Barolo Wines & Barbaresco Wines
Barolo wines and Barbaresco wines are referred to as the king and queen of Italian red wines. As wines of superlatives that delight the palate of every wine connoisseur bring delight. These fine wines come from one of the oldest,...
Piedmont Wine Harvest 2013
The 2013 harvest in Piedmont will be remembered as a "vintage event", because the harvest started, on average, 15 days late compared to the last decade and only in ended November. The vegetation cycle of the vines was particularly affected...