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Royal Highnesses at your table. Since 1467, a story that continues.

Today I take you to Tenuta Carretta one of the most historic Italian wineries, founded back in 1467 and located in the Roero area, in the South of Piedmont Region, Italy .The property’s vineyards also extend close to the Langhe, such as 2.6 hectares in Barolo on the prestigious Cannubi hill, from which the… 246 more words


Roero, dove tutto ebbe inizio

Il mio viaggio alla conoscenza del Piemonte è iniziato dal Roero, regione di cui non conoscevo l’esistenza, e della quale mi sono immediatamente innamorata. 239 more words


Talking wine with Anna Abbona

Anna Abbona of Marchesi di Barolo winery was in India on a four-city tour to
promote her wines.  I spoke to her about her wines


Sleepy landscapes in Roero

This is how some parts of the road during the 5 km long walk to school, from Bra to Pollenzo, former Pollentia, looks like. Sleepy, frosty fields in the morning fog, white as milk. 269 more words

Exceptionally beautiful, 2012 Cascina Chicco Barolo Rocche di Castelletto

I’ve not tasted this wine since its release. At that time, the wine was, not unexpectedly, a bit closed. In the interim, I’ve had many 2012 Barolo wines from a good cross-section of producers. 961 more words


2015 Matteo Corregia Roero Arneis DOCG

A tasty treat mid-week while the weather goes wild and we all hide inside…

A: pale straw in the glass

N: perfumed and rather attractively inviting – white flowers, bit of flint, yellow stone fruits (peaches, apricot) and some pear skins. 151 more words


Grandi Langhe, 2017 - new releases, old friends, Part I

The Langhe, as you may already know, is a UNESCO heritage site. More specifically, it’s a valley that runs from the North to the South, or vice versa, as you prefer. 1,545 more words

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