Fabrizio Battaglino, Vezza d'Alba (Piemonte)
"Fabrizio Battglino's small winery seems to have returned for good among the top producers of Roero. The vineyards are at Vezza d'Alba, on the steep sloping hills of Colla and Mombello, where soils are sandy and face south at an altitude of 350 metres above sea level. The classic varieties of Roero are grown, Arneis, Nebbiolo and Barbera, and tradition is interpreted to craft a series of technically flawless wines full of delicious fruit, carefully designed for delightful drinkability." (Gambero Rosso 2013)
Fabrizio Battaglino's family's estate dates back to the early 1960s when Fabrizio's grandfather, Riccardo, became one of the first independent growers in the Roero district to produce estate-bottled Barbera and Nebbiolo although in those days much of the crop was sold to the local co-operative. More...Object required
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