The most beautiful Barolo village: Serralunga d’Alba

A friend of mine, who is actually a wine maker in Barbaresco, suggested that Serralunga d'Alba, of all of the Barolo villages, is the most beautiful. You know, I think I have to agree with him. I hadn't thought about it much before; La Morra is really my favorite village for sentimental reasons. But after pondering … Continue reading The most beautiful Barolo village: Serralunga d’Alba

Roero DOCG: Arneis

If you read wine books about Roero, they will sum it up (if they even mention it at all) as the neighbor to Barolo and Barbaresco, and the region that is best at producing Arneis, a slightly fragrant, fruity, and light white wine. While I agree that Roero does produce high quality Piemontese white wines, … Continue reading Roero DOCG: Arneis