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Roagna Barbaresco Faset 2014 750ml

Rated 94 - The Roagna 2014 Barbaresco Faset reveals a light garnet color and pretty luminosity that shines bright from within. The bouquet is...
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Roagna Barbaresco Gallina 2014 750ml

Rated 97 - Balsamic aromas of camphor mingle with red berry, underbrush and dark spice on this vibrant red. On the delicious, radiant palate,...
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Roagna Barolo La Pira Vv 2014 750ml

Rated 96 - The Roagna 2014 Barbaresco Pajè Vecchie Viti impresses thanks to its classic lines and lasting intensity. Like the other wines in this...
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Roagna Chinato NV 750ml

Rated 91 - The estate’s NV Barolo Chinato is a winner. Roagna told me he spent several years researching the right combination of aromatic herbs,...
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Roagna Dolcetto D'alba 2018 750ml

Rated 90 - The 2018 Dolcetto d'Alba sees its fruit sourced from two sites in Barbaresco. It comes from the lower part of the Pajè vineyard and...
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Roagna Langhe Bianco Solea 2017 750ml

Rated 92 - This is a fascinating wine made with mostly Chardonnay (75%) and a smaller part Nebbiolo fermented off the skins as a white wine. Both...

Italy’s beautiful Piedmont region has long been associated with the country’s finest red wines. This cooler part of the country has, for over a thousand years, been home to some of the best examples of viticulture Italy has ever seen, and today, the region is dotted with historic wineries who combine tradition with modern methods in order to produce their distinctive, characterful Barolo and Barbaresco wines. One such winery is Roagna, who use their expertise over their fifteen hectares of prime Piedmont vineyards to do justice to their historic region. Roagna was founded as a Barbaresco winery in the 1950s, but quickly expanded to include Barolo in their output as the business grew due to the excellence of their output. Today, it is headed by Luca Roagna, the third generation of winemakers in this location, but coming from a much longer line of vintners. His family have always had wine in their blood, and the passion and dedication Luca shows is a testament to his heritage, and one which is evident in the award winning bottles he now produces.

Roagna’s success comes from the biodiversity of their vineyards, and the fact that many of their vines are now over a hundred years old. Luca Roagna believes firmly that in order to get the best results, he must put his faith in the natural capabilities of his fruit - they’ve been producing great grapes for a century, and they show no signs of stopping. Low intervention methods are commonplace in order to achieve maximum expression, and the climatic conditions which Piedmont is famous for offer real character and depth to the berries which grow in the misty hillsides across their land.

The range which Roagna offers is still dominated by the three Barbaresco crus they oversee - Paje, Crichet Paje and Paje Riserva - each one different and unique due to microclimatic conditions, slight variation in soil and biodiversity, and the age of the vines which grow there. Despite being a traditional winery, Roagna is not afraid to innovate in order to achieve stunning results. Recent years have seen the release of unique blends of Chardonnay and Nebbiolo wine, which have been received with great praise.