More good news is the recent rating achieved by our Nizza 2015. The wine received a whopping 94 points, in Luca Maroni’s Best Italian Wines 2019, where Maroni described it as “a wine with a spectacular concentration”
Read about our other wines, also published in Luca Maroni’s Best Italian Wines 2019:
Barbera d’Asti – Vintage 2017: 92/100 points
Barbera d’Asti Superiore – Vintage 2016: 91/100 points
Chardonnay Piemonte – Vintage 2017: 90/100 points
Chardonnay Piemonte Barrique – Vintage 2017: 90/100 points
Moscato d’Asti – Vintage 2017: 90/100 points
These results gives us great satisfaction, since it reflects our efforts over the last few years and speaks volumes about the quality of our wine.
What do our wines have in common with the Piedmontese excellence of Slow Food and the "heroic" hills of Prosecco Conegliano-Valdobbiadene, recently nominated UNESCO World Heritage Site?
There was some fear the harvest would be sub-optimal due to poor weather conditions and abundant rainfall. However, the weather leading into harvest was sunny and dry, which led to perfectly ripe grapes and promises to be a very good vintage.
In the heart of Milan Wine Week, the most anticipated event of Milanese autumn, il Botolo debuted at the 10th edition of La Vendemmia of Via Montenapoleone, at one of the most prestigious boutique shops on the street: Vetrerie di Empoli.