Nebbiolo is certainly one of the most exciting red grape varieties, even if it is hardly to be found outside of Piedmont and of the Valtellina. Especially in Piedmont However, there are far more appellations for Nebbiolo-based red wines than just the famous Barolo and Barbaresco. From the shadows to contact is therefore difficult for many people only have because their planting zones often tiny and the quantities produced are rather small. The qualities of these mostly very traditionally produced wines often impressive and the prices are relatively moderate. The same applies to the straddling appellations, where the "lesser" wines of Barolo and Barbaresco producers are at home, which are often more than just a second look. As different as the styles may be, one thing all of these lesser-known appellations together the best Nebbiolo wines: for we love the beguiling, tart fruit that unterholzige, hint of tobacco and sometimes tarry spice and the incomparable, racy tannins, the Nebbiolo.
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