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    Exquisite Piedmont Red Wines


    Piedmont is best known for its incredible red wines, Barolo, Barbaresco and Barbera, which are undisputedly among the best in the world. Last but not least, Barolo is called the king of Italian red wines and Barbaresco the queen of Italian red wines.

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    Red wine from Piedmont - one of the noblest drops in the glass


    Piedmont is especially known for its first-class red wines. Barolo, Barbaresco and Barbera are undisputedly among the best in the world. It is not without reason that wine connoisseurs call Barolo the king and Barbaresco the queen of Italian red wines. The noble drops are even so famous internationally that they are often searched for in crossword puzzles. Lovers of artisan wines from Piedmont will find a wide selection of first-class quality at fair prices at Babarolo.



    Location and size


    Piedmont is a wine region in northwestern Italy, bordering France and Switzerland. The name can be translated literally as "at the foot of the mountains", which refers to the immediate vicinity of the Alps. Vines are grown here on about 48,000 hectares, which represents about 7 percent of the total Italian cultivated area. The largest and most important city is Turin. In terms of viticulture, the area can be divided into four sub-areas: L'Astigiano, Le Langhe, Il Monferrato and Il Nord.


    History and Tradition


    Viticulture has existed in Piedmont since ancient times. It is not clear if it dates back to the Celts or if it came to the region with the Greeks and Romans. Without a doubt, however, we can speak of a very long wine tradition. However, Piedmontese wines only achieved their worldwide fame in the second half of the 20th century. Before that, winegrowers relied on mass production and quality awareness had to develop.


    Climate and Soil


    Piedmont is characterized by a mild continental climate with hot and dry summers. There are sometimes very strong fluctuations in temperature - both in terms of the change between day and night and in terms of the seasons. The nearby Po River favors the typical formation of fog, which positively influences the ripening of the grapes. The soils are mainly limestone and sand, but clayey sites are also found, resulting in a varied terroir.



    Typical grape varieties


    Piedmont is a classic red wine region, as the proportion of red vines is around 90 percent. Barolo, Barbaresco and Barbera are just three examples of world-renowned Piedmont red wines. Nevertheless, the popular white wines should not be completely forgotten, among them the popular products Asti Spumante, Moscato d'Asti,Gavi, Roero Arneis or Timorasso. The most cultivated varieties in Piedmont are

    for red wine Nebbiolo, Barbera and Dolcetto and
    for white wine Arneis, Cortese and Moscato.
    Quality and quantity

    Every year, 2.5 to 3 million hectoliters of wine are produced in Piedmont. The proportion of quality wines averages 90 percent. They come from a total of 43 DOC and 17 DOCG regions of the production area. These figures illustrate the excellent quality of the products of Piedmont's winegrowers and justify the excellent reputation of red wines from Piedmont. In terms of quality, only Tuscany can compete with Piedmont.

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    Artisan red wine from Piedmont


    Barolo, Barbaresco, Roero and Nebbiolo wines are all made from the same grape variety: the Nebbiolo grape. The wine characteristics of each variety reflect the character of the soil, the microclimate of each growing area and the style of the winemaker. Clay, sand,limestone, calcium and nutrients play an important role in the development of the Nebbiolo grape variety, as well as temperature, solar radiation and rainfall.

    See for yourself and taste the best Nebbiolo wines from our Babarolo range. You will find a wide selection of Barolo wines, Barbaresco wines and Roero wines.

    Barbera and Dolcetto are produced using the respective grape varieties of the same name. Here, too, the terroir of the site in Piedmont is decisive for the taste, structure, tannins, acidity and aromas. Thus, there are sometimes subtle, sometimes marked differences between the red wines from Piedmont. Contrary to the name, the Dolcetto is also by no means sweet, but pleasantly dry.

    Enjoy the variety of red wines from Piedmont also with Barbera wines and Dolcetto wines!



    Piedmont grape harvest - Babarolo Weinhandel GmbH
    Buy red wines from Piedmont online at Babarolo

    We have carefully selected a range of authentic and exquisite red wines from Piedmont for you. All red wines come from small producers who produce sustainable terroir wines: in addition to Barolo, Barbaresco, Barbera, Dolcetto, Nebbiolo and Roero. They come from wineries that value sustainable and organic production methods. These claims reflect our own commitments to wine and the planet.

    In Piedmont, they say that the truly great wines are not made in the winery, but in the vineyard. It is very important to our local winemakers to produce handcrafted wines that give the terroir the space it deserves. We hope you enjoy collecting and drinking these wonderful red wines from Piedmont and are happy to answer any questions you may have. Also, take a look at our constantly varying offers!


    FAQ: Questions and answers about Piedmont red wines


    Which red wines come from Piedmont?


    There are a number of dry red wines that come from Piedmont, among them are mainly products from the Nebbiolo grape such as Barolo, Barbaresco and Roero. Barbera and Dolcetto also play an important role. Each wine is unique and has its own flavor profile.


    What does red wine from Piedmont taste like?


    Red wine from Piedmont in northwestern Italy is known for its complex flavors, tannins and acidity. The most famous grape variety grown in this region is Nebbiolo, which produces full-bodied wines with elegant notes of violets, roses and licorice.


    What foods go well with Piedmont wine?


    Wines from Piedmont are meant to be enjoyed with food. They go particularly well with typical local dishes such as ossobuco (braised veal shanks), risotto, vitello tonnato, Brasato al Barolo or bagna cauda.


    Is Piedmont red wine always dry?


    No, Piedmont red wine is not always dry, however, it is almost exclusively vinified in this flavor and is also the most in demand.


    Which Piedmont red wine is the best?


    That depends entirely on your personal taste! Among the most sought-after wines from Piedmont is Barolo - perhaps your new favorite?


    Are there also white wines from Piedmont?


    Yes, white wines are also produced in Piedmont. Some of the most famous in Italy come from this region: the Asti Spumante or Moscato d'Asti dessert wine, Gavi, Roero Arneis and Timorasso.