Castello di Neive

Castello di Neive
Situated in one of Italy's most picturesque hilltop villages, the castle has played an important part in the development of the region's most famous varietal - Nebbiolo, since 1857 when, in its cellars, famed French oenologist, Louis Oudart began to transform the sweet, unstructured wines of the time into the distinctive, dry style often viewed today as the Burgundy of Italy. Castello di Neive's Barbarescos are unbendingly traditional, rich but refined, austere and aristocratic. They also produce a delicious vintage Metodo Classico and Arneis Passito to top and tail dinner.
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