In this, the second part of the series, we dive into the dizzying world of Monferrato. Moscato and barbera may reign, but it’s these multitudes of obscure and fascinating grape varieties that really keep wine geeks coming back for more.
Exceptionally food friendly, it would stand up a treat next to buttery pasta dishes, risotto, and creamy mashed potatoes.
This bouncy ball of drinkability makes a nice change from the heavy sweetness of many of its Asti counterparts.
You love wine – you love Piedmont, right?