2012 Vintage Report: Italy
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We cannot be held responsible for any additional charges on your order, nor can we accept a return of the order in this case. In the nineteenth century the Marchesa Falletti, a French woman by birth, brought eonologist Louis Oudart from Champagne to create the first dry wines in Piedmont. Along with work in experimental vineyards at Castello Grinzane conducted by Camilo Cavour, this was the birth of modern wine in the Piedmont. Outside of the Langhe, the most prominent area of wine production in Piedmont is the chain of sub-alpine hills that run through the provinces of Novara and Vercelli.
Here the Romans introduced spionia, an ancient variety that thrived in foggy climates.
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Whether this was in fact a genetic ancestor of Nebbiolo is unknown, but the derivation of its name, Spanna, is now how the locals refer to this noble grape. The Morainic soils, mostly deposited along the Sesia River, are of glacial origin and produce more medium-bodied, aromatically driven nebbiolo than in the Langhe.
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