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The grape variety Nebbiolo is thought to derive its name from the Latin word for fog, nebbia. It is best known for the red wines it produces in the Piedmont region of Italy, which tend to be big, tannic, and well-suited to long-term cellaring. It will occasionally appear itself on the label, for instance as Nebbiolo delle Langhe, or Nebbiolo d’Alba, but its most expressive manifestations are typically named after the commune where they are grown: Barolo, Barbaresco, Gattinara, Carema, or Ghemme. In some instances, the local colloquial name Spanna will find its way onto the label. These wines tend to be a bit on the rustic side, but should not be ignored.

Nebbiolo is also known as:

  • Spanna (Italy)
  • Picotenet (Italy)
  • Chiavennasca (Italy)
  • Pugent (Italy)
  • Chiavennasca (Italy)

Most popular products made from/for Nebbiolo

Zalto Burgundy Glass Bottle Photograph
The exceptional Zalto Burgundy stem, sold as a single. For powerful and expressive wines above 13% alcohol.
Now just $63.00
Zalto Burgundy Glass SET OF 6 Bottle Photograph
A set of 6 Zalto Burgundy stems. For powerful and expressive wines above 13% alcohol.
Now just $376.00
Italian Half Case Bottle Photograph
A mixed half-case of viva Italiano: Prosecco to start, then two whites and three reds.
Now just $115.00
Boca ‘Vigna Cristiana’ 1996 Podere Ai Valloni Bottle Photograph
From Alte Piemonte comes this primarily Nebbiolo blend (there’s a bit of Vespolina and Uva Rara) with a mineralic character interlaced with violets, dark cherries and fine spices.
Now just $73.90



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