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Wineries of Piemonte

Except for Monferrato, which houses a few large players, most wine-growing areas in Piedmont are filled with small to medium-size producers who punch far above their weight, some of them having becoming true icons among wine connoisseurs. Because of the limited supply in the face of ever-soaring demand, the wines made by these incredibly talented growers often command high prices in international markets.

What are the most important Wineries in Piemonte?

Big Wineries

  • Borgogno
  • Braida
  • Ceretto
  • Contratto
  • Fontanafredda
  • Gancia
  • Marchesi di Barolo
  • Produttori del Barbaresco
  • Terre del Barolo

Cult Wineries

Barolo / Barbaresco:

  • Aldo Conterno
  • Bartolo Mascarello
  • Burlotto
  • Bruno Giacosa
  • Cappellano
  • Chiara Boschis
  • Damilano
  • Domenico Clerico
  • Elio Altare
  • Elvio Cogno
  • Ettore Germano
  • Giacomo Conterno
  • Gaja
  • Giuseppe Mascarello
  • Luciano Sandrone
  • Marchesi di Gresy
  • Massolino
  • Paolo Scavino
  • Roagna
  • Vietti

Other areas:

  • Ca’ d’ Gal
  • La Colombera
  • La Scolca
  • Le Piane
  • Favaro
  • Nervi
  • Travaglini
  • Malvirà
  • Vigneti Massa

Up-and-Coming Wineries

Barolo / Barbaresco:

  • Azelia
  • Cascina Vano
  • Ferdinando Principiano
  • Fletcher
  • Giulia Negri
  • Sobrero

Other areas:

  • Antoniolo
  • Antoniotti
  • Balbiano
  • Barbaglia
  • Monte Maletto
  • Muraje
  • Proprietà Sperino

Natural Wineries

Barolo / Barbaresco:

  • Cascina delle Rose
  • Cascina Roccalini
  • Cavallotto
  • Giacomo Fenocchio
  • Giovanni Canonica
  • Nadia Curto
  • Sobrero

Other areas:

  • Carussin
  • Cascina Tavjin
  • Cascina degli Ulivi
  • Rocco di Carpeneto
  • Valfaccenda

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