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Piemonte Collection

Top Wines from Legendary Producers of Barolo and Barbaresco

$154,500Collection Value
3,090Total Shares
186Total Bottles
2025-2028Estimated Sale
$50Share Price

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Key Highlights

Top Producers + World Class Scores

Top wines from legendary producers Giacomo Conterno, Bruno Giacosa, Luciano Sandrone, and Vietti. All of the wines in this collection have been scored 97 points or better by Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate, with three wines receiving 100-point scores.

Barolo Trade Skyrockets as Collectors Take Aim

Today, Barolo makes up 32.4% of Italian secondary trading by value (Liv-Ex) compared to 6.8% in 2015.

Blockbuster Vintages Put Piemonte on the Map

2013 was touted as a competitor for vintage of the decade until the 2016 vintage came and garnered even more praise. As a result of attention on recent vintages, standout vintages from the first decade of the millennium, like 2006, are gaining renewed attention as well.

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Collection Description

Nestled in the foothills of the Alps, Piemonte is known for its long-lived and widelyrevered Nebbiolo wines. Often compared to Burgundy, the region is covered by innumerable small vineyards, each with its own aspect, soils, and expressions of Nebbiolo. Headlined by the DOCG's of Barolo and Barbaresco, Piemonte has risen to stardom as a wine region over the past 50 years and produces some of the most collectible wines in Italy and the world. Collector interest in Piemontese wines has been growing steadily over the last decade. This demand can be seen in the fact that in 2015 Barolo made up only 6.8% of Italian wines traded on by value*, and today that number stands at 32.4%. For comparison, the value of Barolo alone traded in 2021 was greater than the value of all of the wines traded from the Rhone combined. Adding fuel to already-growing intrigue has been a string of great vintages for both Barbaresco and Barolo. The standout vintage of 2013 was lauded as the best of the decade, only to be beaten by 2016, the current release for the region's top wines. American wine critic, Anthony Galloni, called 2016 "a brilliant vintage full of magnificent wines" and "one of the most consistently outstanding vintages I have come across." Building on the market momentum and great vintages, this collection features wines from the most sought-after producers across the region. From Rinaldi, to Sandrone, to Giacosa, to Vietti, all are considered legends from Barolo and Barbresco. With all that said, one name stands above them all: Giacomo Conterno and his famed Monfortino wines. Giacomo Conterno, ranks in the top 25 on the Liv-Ex Brand Power 100 Index of the most powerful wine brands in the world and only produces Monfotino in the best years. Listed as the "most expensive" Italian wine on Wine Searcher, these wines are among the most prized in all of Italy and are considered the region's pinnacle. *Statistics refer to % traded by value on Liv-Ex the world's largest wine exchange.