Langhe Nebbiolo 2019



Langhe Nebbiolo is not only one of the greatest values in Piedmont, but often serves as a barometer for the seriousness and talents of a producer. Trediberri’s is unquestionably one of the best available. Primarily from their vineyards in La Morra and Roero, this Nebbiolo is also sourced from alongside their Dolcetto vines in Vicoforte.  As winemaker Nicola Oberto exclaims, this is “a wine that’s meant to be easy, but certainly not trivial.” It’s delightfully food friendly, playing just as nicely with charcuterie as it does with a rich ragu. 


Along with the Nebbiolo grown alongside the Barbera and Dolcetto, the Langhe Nebbiolo highlights the estate’s namesake vineyard on the extreme western side of Piedmont: Berri. While there is much evidence of ancient winemaking activity on the fringes of Berri, the area was all but abandoned in the 1960s. The begining of the 21st century brought renewed interest from growers like Mauro Molino and Renato Ratti, who recognized Berri’s perfect exposure, elevation and cooling breezes. Less than a mile from the Tanaro River, and the soil reflects that with pebbles, limestone and sandstone outcroppings.


Fermentation lasts about two weeks and takes place in concrete. The wine is further aged in a mix on steel and concrete, but never wood.

Tasting Note

Bright and fruit driven, the Langhe Nebbiolo layers in complex notes of bright rose petals and red cherries.

Food Pairing

Like all great Nebbiolo, the balance of firm structure and bright acidity makes this a great choice for the dinner table. Cured meats, rich pasta dishes and hard cheeses come to mind. That said, this is a rare Nebbiolo that is light enough on it’s feet to be enjoyed without food too.



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