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2016

Bosio Boschi dei Signori Barbaresco DOCG

In the heart of Langhe, Italy, where technology and rural tradition coexist, lies the Bosio Family Estates Winery. The winery, founded in 1967, is an official Unesco Human Heritage and prides themselves in keeping authentic winemaking traditions and excellences. Bosio’s wines are vinified in small parcels to produce vintages with great varietal character and are some of the best value from the Piedmont region.

The vineyards of Bosio ‘Boschi Dei Signori’ Barbaresco are located in the villages of Neive and Barbaresco on clay-limestone soils, giving a classic Barbaresco with real power made in a modern, accessible style.

For more info, visit Bosio website.

VARIETALS
100% Nebbiolo

VINTAGE
2016

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2016

Bosio Boschi dei Signori Barolo DOCG

In the heart of Langhe, Italy, where technology and rural tradition coexist, lies the Bosio Family Estates Winery. The winery, founded in 1967, is an official Unesco Human Heritage and prides themselves in keeping authentic winemaking traditions and excellences. Bosio’s wines are vinified in small parcels to produce vintages with great varietal character and are some of the best value from the Piedmont region.

The vineyards of Bosio ‘Boschi Dei Signori’ Barolo are located in the Verduno sector on clay-limestone soils. A rare find, a truly delicious, approachable and affordable Barolo.

For more info, visit Bosio website.

VARIETALS
100% Nebbiolo

VINTAGE
2016

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2019

Bosio Langhe Arneis DOC

In the heart of Langhe, Italy, where technology and rural tradition coexist, lies the Bosio Family Estates Winery. The winery, founded in 1967, is an official Unesco Human Heritage and prides themselves in keeping authentic winemaking traditions and excellences. Bosio’s wines are vinified in small parcels to produce vintages with great varietal character and are some of the best value from the Piedmont region.

This wine is made from Arneis grapes grown on the Bosio Estate in the Langhe region on clay and calcareous soils and produced in a classic and refreshing style.

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VARIETALS
100% Arneis

VINTAGE
2019

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2019

Bosio Moscato d’Asti DOCG

In the heart of Langhe, Italy, where technology and rural tradition coexist, lies the Bosio Family Estates Winery. The winery, founded in 1967, is an official Unesco Human Heritage and prides themselves in keeping authentic winemaking traditions and excellences. Bosio’s wines are vinified in small parcels to produce vintages with great varietal character and are some of the best value from the Piedmont region.

This low alcohol Moscato D’Asti is a beautifully fresh and sweet wine, with a slight effervescence.

For more info, visit Bosio website.

VARIETALS
100% Moscato

VINTAGE
2019

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2019

Bosio Piemonte Barbera DOC

In the heart of Langhe, Italy, where technology and rural tradition coexist, lies the Bosio Family Estates Winery. The winery, founded in 1967, is an official Unesco Human Heritage and prides themselves in keeping authentic winemaking traditions and excellences. Bosio’s wines are vinified in small parcels to produce vintages with great varietal character and are some of the best value from the Piedmont region.

The vineyards of Bosio Piemonte Barbera are located in various vineyard around Piedmont, including Alba, Castagnole Lanze, Costigliole d’Asti, Santo Stefano Belbo, Neive at 200/300m above sea level on a mix of clay and calcareous soil. An “easy-to-drink” wine with freshness and approachability that makes it a great wine for even the casual wine consumer.

For more info, visit Bosio website.

VARIETALS
100% Barbera

VINTAGE
2019

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2018

Broglia Il Doge Gavi DOCG

This wine is produced from the estate’s youngest vineyards and, characterized by its particular acidity, freshness and drinkability. Its name is reminiscent of a bond between this ancient land and the Doges of the Genovese Republic. In particular it is served as an appetiser, at a temperature of 8°C, and to accompany a range of Mediterranean dishes and white meats. A delicate and elegant wine with a floral and fruity fragrance.

For more info, visit Broglia website.

VARIETALS
100% Cortese di Gavi

VINTAGE
2018

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2018

Broglia La Meirana Gavi del Comune di Gavi DOCG

This is the most representative and classical wine of Broglia production and for this reason it carries on its label the name of the Estate: La Meirana.
Organic analysis indicates that La Meirana expresses exceptional characteristics of the area of Gavi with a typical aftertaste of almonds, an aromatic Cortese easy to drink and easy to match with various typologies of food.

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VARIETALS
100% Cortese di Gavi

VINTAGE
2018

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2013

Viberti Bricco delle Viole Barolo Riserva DOCG

The story of the Viberti winery begins when Cavalier Antonio Viberti buys the Locanda del Buon Padre. It was the year 1923 when Antonio began to produce wine for the guests of his Locanda in the basement of the Buon Padre.

This wine is only made with Nebbiolo grapes from the single vineyard Bricco delle Viole, planted in 1964. Produced exclusively in particular years, only if considered suitable for the long again of the Riserva version, this wine has characteristics of marked minerality, freshness and evident balsamic notes.

Sustainable farming.

For more info, visit Viberti website.

VARIETALS
100% Nebbiolo

VINTAGE
2013

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2016

Viberti Buon Padre Barolo DOCG

Historical label of the Viberti family, it represents the essence of Barolo in its most classical and traditional expression. Born in 1923 by Cavalier Antonio Viberti, the wine was marketed under the name of the family restaurant: Il Buon Padre. Served exclusively on the tables of the inn, shortly after the end of the Second World War, Antonio began selling to the patrons and customers of the inn itself. Born from the union of Nebbiolo grapes from the vineyards of La Volta and Bricco delle Viole, today this label at a distance of almost a century, is the result of the skillful assemblage of 10 different crus, included between the municipalities of Barolo, Monforte d’Alba and Verduno. The grapes of different origins are harvested and vinified separately. The wines produced are aged in vats and barrels of French and Slavonian oak, which are not roasted exclusively; then the various wines are assembled and a few weeks after bottling. The style is characterized by a fresh acidity that comes from the highest vineyards, extremely traditional aromas and an impressive structure, but with soft and elegant tannins.

Sustainable farming.

For more info, visit Viberti website.

VARIETALS
100% Nebbiolo

VINTAGE
2016

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2018

Viberti La Gemella Barbera d’Alba DOC

Last born in the Viberti house, her name is a dedication to Maria (twin by birth), wife of Giovanni Viberti, a woman of humble origins who made a fundamental contribution to the growth of the company and her family. Cook for over 50 years of the family inn, alias Buon Padre, tenacious and severe mother, and great passionate of Barbera, in 2004 observed how many of the most beautiful vineyards of Barbera had been substituted with the variety Nebbiolo, more profitable grape than the same Barbera considered for years the “wine of the poor”, thanks to a marked acidity and a difficult drinkability. The project stems from the intuition of Claudio, the youngest and newest son in the management of the family business, The plant of a new vineyard with a higher plant density is born. The goal, then achieved over time is a wine with a great concentration, a particular amiability and a nose with a clear and intense red fruit. The acidity that accompanies the concentration makes the wine extremely elegant and fascinating.

Sustainable farming.

For more info, visit Viberti website.

VARIETALS
100% Barbera

VINTAGE
2018

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2016

Viberti Nebbiolo Langhe DOC

The story of the Viberti winery begins when Cavalier Antonio Viberti buys the Locanda del Buon Padre. It was the year 1923 when Antonio began to produce wine for the guests of his Locanda in the basement of the Buon Padre.

This is a younger style of Nebbiolo that can be enjoyed in its own right, and will encourage many consumers to go on to appreciate Barolo in the future.

Sustainable farming.

For more info, visit Viberti website.

VARIETALS
100% Nebbiolo

VINTAGE
2016

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