Read through our archives of content on the King of Italian wines, Barolo DOCG, a stern and complex red wine. Read reviews, get stories and photos, and more.
The Sale of Vietti & Two from Enrico Serafino
Last week, news broke that Vietti, one of the most storied and revered winemaking houses of Piedmont...
Piedmont Wine Tasting Report
Six Wines. Three Head-to-Head Battles. Everyone's a Winner.
Ways to Host a Piedmont Wine Tasting
Situated in the northwestern corner of Italy, the province of Piedmont is heaven on earth for foodies....
A Vineyard’s Story: Barolo’s Ravera
The Barolo Vineyard That Everyone is Suddenly Clamoring For
2016 Preview: What We’ll Be Drinking Next Year
More White Wines with Orange Flavors This might sound like an odd thing to aspire before, but...
Top Value Red Wine (Yet Another): Floral Nebbiolo from Roero
I’m at a point in my Nebbiolo-drinking career where I honestly can’t say whether I prefer Barbaresco and Barolo...
The Long Story Arc of Barolo: Vietti’s Barolo di Castiglione Falletto
For a moment, think of the wine inside a bottle as a story. As you drink it, it...
Vietti and the Rascal: Roero Arneis
A conversation with Luca Currado on Piedmont's "White Nebbiolo"
A Different Expression of Nebbiolo: Valtellina Superiore
Recommending wines and writing about them isn’t a new phenomenon. Just ask Pliny the Elder or Leonardo...
Eugenio Bocchino Suo di Giacomo: Recollections of Barolo
Every lover of fine wine has a singular moment that represents the birthplace of their passion. The proverbial...
A New Favorite White Wine: Roero Arneis
I’ve written quite a bit lately about Italy. For this, I am in no way apologetic. There...
Photo Essay: What Visiting Barolo Looks Like
An October Afternoon in the Commune of Barolo