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The Langhe

A great land, rich in history and love of wine!

Piemont, a land of wines, of great wines, among the most important and renowned in Italy and the world, including Barbera, Dolcetto, Nebbiolo and Moscato.Piemont is a small, elegant region in the north-west of Italy. Its hills occupy 30% of the territory, on which wine growing is almost exclusively developed. There are few wine-growing areas in the world where the combination of soil, climate and grape variety is as important in defining the organoleptic characteristics of wines as in Piemont, giving them an impressive tannic texture and excellent balsamic impact.The wine-growing landscapes of Piemont, Langhe-Roero and Monferrato, are also of rare beauty and became a World Heritage Site in 2014.Viticulture in Piemont has very ancient origins, dating back some 2,500 years, but it was only in the 19th century that the great Piemontese reds took on the connotations that have made them famous throughout the world. First of all Barolo (the wine of kings and the king of wines!).Today, Piemont has an annual production of 2.580 million hectolitres of wine, 81% of which has PDO (protected designation of origin) certification.

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