Nebbiolo

Name of varietal: Nebbiolo

 
Common synonyms: Spanna, Picutener and Chiavennasca.
 
Parentage of the grape: Debatable whether it is indigenous to Piedmont or first plantings in Valtellina in Lombardy, Italy. 
 
History of the grape: Two schools of thought exist as to the origins of Nebbiolo (which means “little fog” either for the Piedmontese autumn weather or the frosty appearance of the mature grapes). One is that it is indigenous to Piedmont, Italy. The other is that it was first planted in Valtellina, a valley within the Lombardy region, where it was then brought to Piedmont. There is some suggestion that in the 1st century, Roman naturalist Pliny the Elder gave high regard to a wine made in what is now the Barolo region, attributing to it similar characteristics associated with Nebbiolo. In the 13th century, there is reference to a wine called “nebili” from a grape that was growing near Rivoli outside of Turin. More concrete written history Read more »

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  • Okay, no Sherry or Rioja.  This hit my inbox:Had to check CT to see what I ... I ... Now at 4 cases of Nebbiolo (all Barolo or Barbaresco) in the inventory.  Tied with Cab, PN, Sangio and trailing only Syrah.  How did that happen?Pretty good bet I'll be drinking these into my 70s. Plan for future happiness, I always say.&nbs Read More

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  • Musso Barbaresco Pora Italy Premier 2012

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    fruity and spicy, with some structure Read More

    Wine review by Dennis Lim


  • Nice to see Mexican wine getting some love here! I was based out of Ensenada ... team wrote about the Mexican Nebbiolo from Baja California: http://exoticwinetravel.com/mexican-wine-nebbiolo. It's a short intro but Jancis Robinson liked it and posted it on her websit Read More

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  • Oh, yeah, I drink Pamid all the time... no, really, never even heard of the ... I bought a 52% Mourvdere/48% Nebbiolo blend.  A number of people grow Nebbiolo up there, none of it very good on its own, as Montevino/Terra d'Oro will admit.  You are never going to see that blend anywhere else, at least not anywhere that wants to seriously grow e... Read More

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  • Oops, I did it again.  No, I didn't forget the name of the Energy ... ... ... Specifically, more nebbiolo.  Here's a picture:Just under $40 through the Private Client Program at JJBuckley.  I picked up four. Contact my rep Will Litton if you are interested and I'll split my kickback with you.  It's been working for me--they will match or beat... Read More

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  • Parusso Langhe Nebbiolo 2012

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    toasty caramelized nose, nice and fruity Read More

    Wine review by Dennis Lim


  • What herbs/spices in the sausage? What sides?With his first recording would be ... be ... questions. Italian nebbiolo works for me, too, even north of Barolo. So would sangiovese or a Super Tuscan blend. Alternatively, a riesling Spatlese from the Rhein? West County (The True) Sonoma, or Willamette PNs. Maybe even a southern Rhone or a Priora... Read More

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  • Made my first ever homemade sausage (venison) celebrated end of classes for the semester, ate said sausage with a nice glass of burgundy, now listening to Glen Gould Goldberg Variations (first recording). What would you be drinking? For me the choice was obvious.  Read More

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  • Vietti Nebbiolo Perbacco Langhe 2012

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    fine Read More

    Wine review by calywa


  • Okay, we're counting down to the end of the year.  With three drinking ... Ghemme.  So, yeah, all Nebbiolo from Piemonte. My wine experience of the year would be the trip I took to Paso in August when I met with Steve Peck at J. Lohr one day and Josh Jensen at Calera the next.  Different markets, but both generous, talented, committed wine make... Read More

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  • The Best Nebbiolo/Barolo has been compared to the finest Burgundy. Giacosa vs. DRC. - I do understand the relation and contrast/ comparison. Pinot fans will love 2007's and 2009's. Domaine De la Romanee Conti vs. Bruno's Finest.

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  • For all of my fellow Nebbiolo lovers out there, I just posted a 1996 Barolo Retrospective on my blog at the V.I.P. Table. If interested, here's the link; http://theviptable.blogspot.com/2010/12/1996-barolo-retrospective.html

    Comment by 92549Eric Guido 92549 Eric Guido


  • OMG the best kept secret. Shhhhhhhhh!

    Comment by 249237Drunk as a Skunk 249237 Drunk as a Skunk


  • I found an excellent nebbiolo from L.A. Cetto in Baja California, on the region of Calafia valley. we found 2 big winneries, one from Domeq and the one from Cetto plus about 20 small winneries in the area, producing excelent wines, too bad we were only allowed one bottle per adult coming thru the border.

    Comment by 393561Baja wine lovers 393561 Baja wine lovers


  • Honestly, I saw this a couple of days ago and didn't say anything because I wanted to make sure it wasn't a mistake, but my order has been confirmed and the package has been shipped. The weight on the fedex tracking looks right. So I figure it's about time to share with my fellow Nebbiolo lovers..... Get it while you can, a $40 Barolo that dr...

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