Piedmont is one of the richest Italian regions in history, culture, gastronomy and, last but not least, for its excellence in wine.
This land is known throughout the world for its ancient wine-yards that precious and unique read and white wines like Barolo, Nebbiolo, Dolcetto and Barbera.
Few weeks ago, during the very first days of the opening of the Alba Truffle Fair, we left Milano for a daily tour to discover the region and its riches. During this quick escape we could not miss a visit to Giordano Vini, one of the most famous and appreciated wineries in Italy.
For over 100 in fact Giordano wines come home straight from the cellar, without the need for intermediaries.
Today, the selection is not limited only to the excellence of Piedmont: in fact the products offered by Giordano allow us to make a complete wine tour from the north to the far south of Italy.
This is possibile thanks to the recent acquisition of a second winery in Salento, more precisely in Torricella (TA), where Giordano produces from the finest wines of Puglia like Primitivo di Manduria or Aglianico to many other excellent from the south.
After a wonderful day visiting wineries and eating some of the most famous specialties from Piedmont, our day couldn’t end drinking a good glass of Barolo wine facing a breathtaking sunset, suspended between endless vineyards and hills.