When we think of Barolo’s best vineyards, one of the first ones that comes to mind is Vigna Rionda, a narrow strip of limestone facing south, just outside the Serralunga d’Alba village. Some of the great names contributed to the fame of this very precious piece of land: Bruno Giacosa, Pira, Oddero, Massolino. Over the years, a Vigna Rionda “footprint” and “style” emerged and became a symbol of the Serralunga area: austere, rigorous, vertical wines capable of combining great structure with a kaleidoscope of perfumes and nuances.
The Canale/Rosso family has owned its portion since 1934, partially replanted in 2011 and now dedicated to the Ester Canale Nebbiolo. A small fraction (0,4ha) was kept, and it is still in production. In fact, some ancient, thick and curled vines, with roots that go deep 70+ years concentrate all their strength and wisdom into this unbelievable Barolo.

We are lucky to have access to some of it, and we’d love to share it with you. These 4 bottles (of the 1800 produced) are flying as we speak to a lucky Wine Club member in Europe.

Here’s the top 5 Reasons to join our Wine Club:

The collection is curated by wine professionals with years of International experience
Wines are sourced from the producers and shipped straight to your door.
A booklet about the wines, the producers and they vision.
Access to additional customised private selections.
Traditional food-pairings created by our Chef.

We ship all over Europe, US, Australia, Hong Kong, Japan.

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