POP THE 2010! This is an official and final declaration after trying this insanely good Bartolo Mascarello Barolo. The 2010 I have tried are showing perfect balance right now and are absolutely gorgeous. Thoughts??
Do you even read, bro? Learning about wine is a lifelong journey: your taste, your opinion, everything will change over the years. Working in the wine industry is by far the best way of staying up to date but cultivating your passion through education is fundamental. I try to stimulate my curiosity reading and re-reading … Read More
Ever heard of Gattinara? You certainly have if you’re in our Wine Club, our selection started venturing north, in an area generally called Alto Piemonte, already two years ago. This is one of the few other wine regions in the world where small, artisanal producers farm nebbiolo grapes that are then named after the village … Read More
Not even 6 months ago we were praying to see people travel again and we had no idea if Alba would be open for the truffle fair. Today we are tired but happy, extremely excited about the future and we CELEBRATE. Cheers and thanks to everyone who supported us, you guys are the best🍷 The … Read More
Pick a favorite! Villero or Bussia? Fantastic tasting @giacomofenocchio the other day. We’ve always been huge fans of their wines and it might be time for our Wine Club members to taste some of their precious juice. Join the Club to (maybe😜) see these beauties show up at your doorstep. www.oneonthehill.com #oneonthehill #giacomofenocchio #villero #bussia … Read More
Artist Label “Una Tigre alla Menta” (A mint Tiger) It is said that it was Mrs. Luciana Vietti, over the years, who transmitted the passion of art to Alfredo, her husband who, thanks to his sensitivity and his intuition, soon became a fine connoisseur. For those who have not yet had the pleasure of meeting … Read More
Tonight we are going vintage! Oddero Barolo 1968 Albino Rocca Barbaresco 1989 Cavallotto Barolo Bricco Boschis 1964 Calissano Barolo 1967 Produttori del Barbaresco 1967 Which one would you pop first? #oneonthehill #oldbutgold #agewine #oldwine
Tastes like Riserva 🔥 100% Nebbiolo grape 10% whole cluster Asili vineyard, one of the best cru in Barbaresco (possibly in the country) 60 days of old-school submerged-cap-maceration 30 months in third-passage tonneau 12 months in the bottle before release Thanks @cadelbaio for the extra special treatment 🙏🏻 #oneonthehill #cadelbaio #barbaresco
We were gifted a bottle of “Acustico” by a friend in the Roero area who said we might enjoy it. It’s a screw-cap Nebbiolo from the once-upon-a-time sandy beaches north of Tanaro river (the whole area was underwater for a certain amount of million years 🤓). Rabel winery is an unplugged, garagiste quartet with huge … Read More
No time like the present. Sometimes we indulge and treat ourselves, but most of the time we postpone. This Bartolo Mascarello 08 was OUTOFTHISWORLD and for my taste, at a perfect point of its evolution. Today’s advice is: don’t let your wine age too long, waiting for the perfect occasion, but let the bottle BE … Read More
There’s a wizard between Monforte and Perno, try his wines with our Instagram Flash Sale! Elio Sandri is impossible to describe in a post, the best way to get to know him is visiting him or through his wines but here’s a few random info: – he would not be making wine anywhere else, he … Read More
New travel vlog out! Would you trust a Sommelier to select your olive oil? We took a trip to Calabria to visit family and start a brand new olive olive project which we can’t wait to share with you!
These 4 friends are going to Hawaii 🏄♂️ Barolo and Barbaresco are getting hard to find? We think it’s just the beginning. Our Wine Club is a getaway to the most sought after bottles of wine our home country has to offer. We develop a personal relationship with each Wine Club member and we often … Read More
Wine glasses newsletter? You dig? Very excited to announce our partnership with Kurt Joseph Zalto’s new project Josephinenhütte, probably the coolest looking wine glass right now as well as an amazing tool for wines that require a certain type of attention. Mouthblown, light, flexible but also very robust, we have been trying these at home … Read More