Minimum order is 12 bottles

Welcome to Piemonte Wines

We are Noel and Tricia Desnos and we really want to share with you our passion for our home, Piemonte in Northern Italy and the Italian wine produced there.

 

Great value, top quality Italian wines from artisan winemakers.

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Quality wines at affordable prices

 

In the press

See what top experts are saying about our wines

Sunday Express wine expert and award winning blogger Jamie Goode, and wine expert Tom Cannavan have both published reviews of our wines recently...Find out more

Adriano Vini-Langhe Sauvignon doc 2010

Wine of the month

 

Only a few bottles left of this terrific wine

On Tour

Oz Clarke loves Piemonte Wines

Oz Clarke with us at the Three Wine Men show in London.  He loved all our Italian wines, especially our biodynamic Barbera.

 

 

About Piemonte

The Piemonte wine region, particularly in the Langhe sub region, is the land of castles, vineyards and romantic hills shrouded in mist. The Alps hover over this lovely wine area and the region's names in fact makes reference to this (Piemonte means "at the foot of the mountain"). In autumn, thick fog hovers on the brightly colored hills (the red and orange vines actually "glow" with the reflection of the snow capped Alps) and you can just make out the castle tops and hill topped villages poking out at the top. Piemonte is located right in the northwest corner of Italy, with Switzerland to the north, France just west and the beautiful Mediterranean coastline and fishing villages of Liguria only an hour and a half south...Find out more

 

Top Winemakers

Conti Di Roero Winery

This is a classic family winery operating from an idyllic setting nestled in a small valley just near to Vezza D’Alba, surrounded by vineyard-clad hills and run by Pietro Olivero, his wife Maria Teresa, their daughter Daniela and son in law Luigi. The estate includes 15 hectares of vines. Some of the vines are over 60 years old and are only workable by hand due to the very steep slopes where they grow...Find out more