April 13, 2015
Reviews of the recently released wines from the Luca Bosio Vineyards.
There is clearly something magical in the soil of Italy’s Piedmont region. In addition to being a source of the highly esteemed white truffle, it is also the region where the Nebbiolo grape is transformed into Barolo and Barbaresco, two of Italy’s greatest wines. Like the elusive truffle, the best examples of these wines are pricey, with many costing hundreds of dollars. For those who are intrigued but lack the finances and forbearance to purchase Nebbiolo wines from the more famous Barolo and Barbaresco producers, there are more reasonably priced alternatives.