Giacomo FenocchioAll products from this vendor
Five generations of the Fenocchio family have been producing wine since 1894 on their estate in the heart of Bussia, Monforte d'Alba region. Until 1964, most wines were sold on the local market, but that all changed when the energetic and ambitious Giacomo Fenocchio took over the winery. He dreamed of producing the best wines in all Barolo and for this he acquired one of the best vineyards in the Langhe. Today the winery is run by the son of Giacomo - Claudio, continuing his father's work to produce impeccable wines from the best Barolo vineyards. These wines can be described as minimalist or traditional, but the main point is that Claudio's wines convey the qualities of the terroir in a way that only top-tier producers can. If you're looking for the next Italian star winemaker, you've found him. Most recently, The New York Times awarded Fenocchio the second place in the Barolo wine tasting - Claudio was second only to Elio Altare, but surpassed Elio Grasso, Massolino and Vietti. Considering that the prices for Fenocchio wines do not match the space quality at all, it is obvious that Fenocchio deserves the attention of every Barolo lover.
NebbioloAll products from this varietal
Nebbiolo wines tipically have rich, but elegant tannins, high acidity and unic scent – often characterized as "roses and tar". After a few years of vintage, most Nebbiolo wines begin fading from intensive ruby to a glorious brick orange color and developing flavors of mushroom, moss, leather and black pepper.
The Langhe is a mountainous region of Piedmont located east of the Tanaro River and south of the capital of Alba. Lange has a long history of winemaking, and many of the wines produced here use traditional, well-established grape varieties such as Arneis and Vermentino for white wines, and Nebbiolo, Dolcetto and Freisa for reds. Since its official launch in November 1994, Langhe DOC has built a significant reputation for innovative viticulture. The Langhe wine region, known as the 'quality triangle', is made up of a unique combination of climate, soil and local varieties that create a rich wine range. Also, one cannot fail to note the passion and obsession of local producers who fully devote their whole life to serving their land.
Translated from Italian Piemonte means ''the foot of the mountain" which is evident by the location of the region - it rests near the Alps which protect the region from cold winds. Nebbiolo is the king of grapes here - this exceptional variety is ideal for the production of wines with a high potential for aging like, for example, the world-famous fruity and balanced Barolo and Barbaresco.