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Vietti Wines

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Although this estate was established in the late 1800s by Carlo Vietti, it is Luca and Elena Currado, the current heads of Vietti, that have made this Castiglione Falletto-based winery admired across the globe and multiple generations. Luca’s father, Alfredo Currado, was responsible for the innovative thinking that led to the production of the one of the first crus of Barolo (Rocche di Castiglione in 1961), the single varietal vinification of Arneis (1967), and the adoption of artist labels (1974) which continue to make Vietti bottlings recognizable and memorable. Each of these intuitive and rebellious steps helped to shape the quality of the wines to this day and the respect they garner from Barolo lovers everywhere.

In the 1990s, Luca staged his own defiance by uprooting old Nebbiolo vines in the Scarrone vineyard to replant with Barbera, a move that deeply concerned Alfredo. However, Luca was and is passionate about Barbera – the wine of the people, the wine shared over dinner tables throughout Piedmont – and his intuition, too, paid off.

The Vietti Arneis is the perfect white to pair with that vitello tonnato you’re making this spring, although it’s truly delicious in any context with its easy elegance of an aperitivo and its structure that can stand up to a decadent whole branzino. The array of red wines from Vietti embody everything you love about Piedmont – red fruit, rose petals, tar, and enough structure to age for 10+ years. Try the Barolo Ravera or Brunate for a traditional, yet approachable style, or the Barolo Rocche for a classically traditional example based on slow fermentation followed by 31 months in Slavonian oak botti.  We are also quite excited about the Masseria Barbaresco – a wine that is decidedly representative of the region and different from the rest of the Barolo wines Vietti produces.  It is, however, marked by the powerfully elegant style of the Vietti wines.

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Memorial Day Special: 15% Off Bottles | 20% Off Cases
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Although this estate was established in the late 1800s by Carlo Vietti, it is Luca and Elena Currado, the current heads of Vietti, that have made this Castiglione Falletto-based winery admired across the globe and multiple generations. Luca’s father, Alfredo Currado, was responsible for the innovative thinking that led to the production of the one of the first crus of Barolo (Rocche di Castiglione in 1961), the single varietal vinification of Arneis (1967), and the adoption of artist labels (1974) which continue to make Vietti bottlings recognizable and memorable. Each of these intuitive and rebellious steps helped to shape the quality of the wines to this day and the respect they garner from Barolo lovers everywhere.

In the 1990s, Luca staged his own defiance by uprooting old Nebbiolo vines in the Scarrone vineyard to replant with Barbera, a move that deeply concerned Alfredo. However, Luca was and is passionate about Barbera – the wine of the people, the wine shared over dinner tables throughout Piedmont – and his intuition, too, paid off.

The Vietti Arneis is the perfect white to pair with that vitello tonnato you’re making this spring, although it’s truly delicious in any context with its easy elegance of an aperitivo and its structure that can stand up to a decadent whole branzino. The array of red wines from Vietti embody everything you love about Piedmont – red fruit, rose petals, tar, and enough structure to age for 10+ years. Try the Barolo Ravera or Brunate for a traditional, yet approachable style, or the Barolo Rocche for a classically traditional example based on slow fermentation followed by 31 months in Slavonian oak botti.  We are also quite excited about the Masseria Barbaresco – a wine that is decidedly representative of the region and different from the rest of the Barolo wines Vietti produces.  It is, however, marked by the powerfully elegant style of the Vietti wines.

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