The Landmark 2016 Vintage at Brovia

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While Barolo’s style pendulum continues to swing away from the excesses of a few decades back, it is a true reward to work with an estate who never succumbed to modern technology’s seductive promises. The Brovia family established themselves as winegrowers in the hamlet of Castiglione Falletto in 1863, amassing over time an enviable collection of vineyards in some of the zone’s greatest crus…Read More

A Remarkable Quintet of 2015 Barolo from Brovia

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While Barolo’s style pendulum continues to swing away from the excesses of a few decades back, it is a true reward to work with an estate who never succumbed to modern technology’s seductive promises. The Brovia family established themselves as winegrowers in the hamlet of Castiglione Falletto in 1863, amassing over time an enviable collection of vineyards in some of the zone’s greatest crus (Rocche di Castiglione, Villero, and Garblet Sué), as well as a sizable holding in the cru Brea in Serralunga d’Alba.

Brovia

In 1863 Giacinto Brovia founded the Brovia estate in the village of Castiglione Falletto, in the heart of the Barolo district. The family has been continually engaged in the growing of grapes and the production of wine since that time.
Wines: Barbera d’Alba “Brea”, Barbera d’Alba “Sori del Drago”, Barolo “Brovia”, Barolo “Ca’Mia”, Barolo “Garblet Sue”, Barolo “Rocche dei Brovia”, Dolcetto d’Alba Vignavillej, Dolcetto d’Alba “Ciabot del Re”, Dolcetto d’Alba “Solatio”, Nebbiolo d’Alba “Valmaggione”, Roero Arneis, Barolo Villero