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About 20 growers are known to produce wines from the Timorasso grape which is native to Piemonte’s Tortona Hills. This ancient variety was on the brink of extinction as recently as the 1980s but thanks to independent producers like Cascina Montagnola, this fascinating, albeit laborious, noble white grape is making a resounding comeback. Equally impressive is Cascina Montagnola’s flagship Barbera Rodeo from the farm’s original post-war era plantings.
From one of Italy’s most prestigious fine wine appellations comes a forward-thinking winery with a new take on tradition. Podere Conca only recently released debut vintages for their exquisite duo, Elleboro and Agapanto, yet this organically farmed Bolgheri estate is already redefining the term ‘Supertuscan’ with an approachable style all its own.
Wife, mother, winegrower—Noelia Calvar personifies a new generation in Spain that is writing a transformative page in the country’s viticultural narrative. Noelia Bebelia, the single-parcel Albariño she began producing in 2014 alongside husband Simón Barcia, is making the tiny sub-zone of Soutomaior a new and exciting focal point in the Rías Baixas appellation.