Explore Piedmont’s finest wines from great producers such as Gaja and Giuseppe Mascarello, and the enigmatic Walter Massa, championing a once forgotten indigenous grape variety.
Piedmont (lit. foot of the mountain) is one of Italy’s most important wine regions alongside Tuscany. The region comprises the largest number of DOC areas (50) in Italy and is home to many small producers making tiny quantities of wine. Its reds are dominated by three main grape varieties: Nebbiolo, Barbera and Dolcetto. Nebbiolo forms the basis of the region's two most famous wines: Barolo and Barbaresco.
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