Already known and highly popular in Roman times, over the centuries Valpolicella wines have been appreciated for their character and versatility. And today they are reds of the highest class.
In this hilly land, the Nebbiolo grape's allies are the marly earth and the skies of a cold temperate climate. The outcome? A red wine rich in fragrances and flavour that endures over time
No matter how you've heard people define museums, it's unlikely they used the word "fun". And yet, the Barolo Museum of Wine is just that.
Mapping the territory of Barolo is no easy task. Many have tried throughout history: from Lorenzo Fantini (1879), to “The Map of Barolo” by Renato Ratti (1976)...
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