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Posted by Puccio, Oct 29, 2009.

My name is Filippo and I am not "new" to wine, I see Nebbiolo vineyards of the Langhe hills in Piedmont form my window every day...

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Reply by dmcker, Oct 29, 2009.

Hey there, Puccio, welcome. So what can you tell us about the wines from those grapes you so often see...?

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Reply by John Andrews, Oct 29, 2009.

Filippo ... sounds like a wonderful view. Perhaps you could post some pictures of your view.

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Reply by Philip James, Oct 29, 2009.

Hello - do you work in the industry? I'm sure Greg, Snooth's Editor, and a major Piedmont fan will be jealous to hear that...

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Reply by Gregory Dal Piaz, Oct 29, 2009.

Ciao Filippo,

Se molto fortunato! Lo vedo i vigneti ogni anno per una settemane o due ma, per tutto l'anno!

Che Fortuna!

Welcome to Snooth

Where do you live?

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Reply by gregt, Oct 30, 2009.

You SHOW yo roots bro.

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Reply by Puccio, Oct 30, 2009.

Hello and thanks,
I will post pictures of this region asap. I live in Fossano a village close to Alba ( 40 km ) but my family is from Serralunga d'Alba where we still got vineyards of Nebbiolo which gives life to long-lived and strong earty Barolo rather than the opposite hills of La Morra, softer and more fruity wines and ,you right Philip, I am work in a winery in Diano d'Alba. Greg just let me know when you will be here and will be a pleasure to taste some wines with you, I know a few a small wines producers.. have a nice day

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Reply by Gonzalita, Oct 31, 2009.

Ciao Filippo! Sounds like you have a great view, and exquisite wines at hand.

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Reply by Martingauthier, Oct 31, 2009.

Ciao Filippo,

Langhe wines are awsome. For those who don't know "The Langhe is Piedmont's most important winegrowing area. Located along the River Tanaro, the Langhe is shaped like a peninsula that includes all of the winegrowing municipalities of the province of Cuneo. This is where some of the most important Italian wines, like Barolo and Barbaresco are produced. Besides being excellent, the wines of Langhe also boast a great history"
- Italianmade.com

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Reply by luca chevalier, Jul 25, 2011.

Bravo Filippo i was in Serralunga ; la morra ; castiglione falletto 2 weeks ago...do youb know San Biagio from La Morra?


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