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Nebbiolo

The word ‘Nebbiolo’ comes from the Italian for ‘fog,’ and it is Italy’s answer to Pinot Noir; complex, ethereal, layered, and able to produce some of the world’s most stunning wines. Now grown all over the world, the Nebbiolo grape is native to the Piemonte region of Italy – and perhaps most famously produced in the subregion of Barolo. Although Barolo is the most renowned DOCG for Nebbiolo, it would be remiss not to mention the other Piemonte subregions that also claim DOCG status – Barbaresco, Roero, Gattinara, and Ghemme. All of these regions produce beautiful Nebbiolo wines.