Albino Rocca

Angelo Rocca was not only a great winemaker, he was also a great person, a great friend and he was great fun to be with! Wine has been bottled at this estate for four generations by the Rocca family and now Angelo’s son in law Carlo and his three daughters Paola, Monica and Daniela continue… Read more »


The Ascheri winery is located in the historic Piedmontese town of Bra. Founded in the early 19th century, the winery today is run by Matteo Ascheri, 45 years old, the dynamo who leads the new generation of Piedmontese winemakers. Matteo has introduced many innovations and produces all the major Piedmontese white and red wines, as… Read more »

Bèrto Vermouth

Founded in 1890, the distillery of Castelnuovo Don Bosco was purchased in 1906 by Carlo Quaglia, the great grandfather of the current distillery director. A succession of fathers passing the historical and traditional knowledge of distillation, liqueur, and vermouth production to their sons, and each son adding their own vision brings us to present day…. Read more »


This historic G.B Burlotto estate, located in the commune of Verduno in the Barolo DOCG, was established by Giovan Battista Burlotto, il Commendatore, in the mid-18th century, during whic time it earned the distinguished titles of “Supplier to the Savoy Royal Household” and “The Only Supplier to the Duke of Abruzzi’s Artic Expedition to the… Read more »


Camporosso, named after its red clayey soils, was purchased by Stefano and Andrea Massone in 1990, though the first harvest wasn’t until 2000. The 15 hectares of vineyards, all planted with Cortese grapes and within the Gavi appellation, stand at 300-350 meters above sea level on a ridge with a breathtaking view. The type of soil, part… Read more »

Carlo Giacosa

Carlo Giacosa is located in the heart of the village of Barbaresco. Before the Nebbiolo grape became the “Queen” of Barbaresco ruling the hills around the village, Donato Giacosa, founder of the small farm, decided to link his life to the Nebbiolo grape and the terroir of the Langhe region. In the 60’s, thanks to… Read more »

Eugenio Bocchino

“Living in the Langhe, working our vineyards is a great privilege. This land, these hills, the climate and the autochthonous vines make up a unique and extraordinarily beautiful environment. We aim to respect and interpret this context, making wines which are farmed both organic and biodynamic. Eugenio Bocchino’s farm is a small family business run… Read more »

Giovanni Rosso

Terroir and history in the vineyard are considered foundations for making great wine. The Rosso family possesses both: vineyards on great sites and vast experience in them. They have farmed vineyards in the famed Serralunga d’Alba region for over 100 years. In the early 1980’s, Giovanni Rosso (second generation) restructured and replanted the vines in… Read more »

La Giustiniana

The origins of this superb winery, set in Rovereto of Gavi on Piedmont’s Apennines, date as far back as 900 A.C. Today, La Giustiniana owns 30 hectares of vineyard that are fully in production and makes three single vineyards of Gavi di Gavi wines. All are vinified in stainless steel so that the character of… Read more »