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About Piedmont

WE gives you an overview of one of Italy's leading wine-producing regions.

A Prosecco Primer

What you need to know about Italy's playful sparkler.

Traveling in Piedmont

In the Langhe Region, home to Barbaresco and Barolo, visitors can unearth a bounty of wine and food discoveries.

Barbaresco and Barolo

The grand crus of Piedmont require extra care, but deliver in spades.

Piedmont Pairing Challenge

Six regional culinary notables sound off on their favorite foods to pair with Barbera and Dolcetto.

The Cuisine of Piedmont

Franciacorta's Golden Hour

Italy’s Metodo Classico sparkler’s day in the sun is here.

About Northwestern Italy

WE gives you an overview of one of Italy's leading wine-producing regions.

About the Veneto

This powerhouse region doesn't have the brand recognition of Tuscany or Piedmont but it does offer its own spectacular grapes and wine.

Amarone: A Singular Sensation

Distinctly rich and an ideal cohort to robust dishes, the red wine is like no other in the world.
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