Explore the various wines made in the Langhe Hills — a large region south of Alba, Italy — with this archive of wine stories and articles.
Nebbiolo Fan Club: The Rabajà, Ovello and Asili Cru
A Closer Look at Three of Barbaresco's Most Celebrated Vineyards
Still Essential: The Wines of Oddero
The Historic Family Winery of La Morra Continues Its Excellence
Nebbiolo Fan Club: Marengo, Mamete Prevostini, Lambert
Part 2 in Our Quarterly Series Examines the Grape from Far and Wide
First-Taste Guide to Freisa
The Red Wine Grape with the Widest Spectrum of Styles in Piedmont
The Crazy Genius of Barolo’s Vietti
Breaking Bread with Luca and Elena Currado and Their Team
Oddero: Barolo With a Generational Perspective
How Each Generation Leaves Their Mark at the Iconic Italian Estate
A Vineyard’s Story: Barbera d’Asti from La Crena
In Search of Grand Cru Barbera
Surprising Wine Pairing: Nascetta + Hoison-Glazed BBQ Chicken
Piedmont & Hoison: Seemingly Antithetical, But It Works
Produttori del Barbaresco: An Essential Winemaker of Italy
No Celebrity Winemakers Here.
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...
Dogliani: Serious Dolcetto
Northwest Italy’s Dolcetto is a funny little wine. The name means “little sweet one,” but a touch...
Photo Essay: What Visiting Barolo Looks Like
An October Afternoon in the Commune of Barolo