Drinking Nebbiolo from vineyards within Barolo does not happen at this price point, but leave it to Vietti to completely change the rules. Perbacco is the first release of Nebbiolo from Vietti each year, and sourced from the same vineyards that produce wines classified as Barolo. It's a special assemblage from casks that display a more early drinking approachability. 

Perbacco has a track record of aging effortlessly, a rarity in the world of sub-$30 wines. 2013 is clearly shaping up to be a wild success in Barolo. The wines are classic, pure, with a great sense of clarity - exactly what we've found in our favorite vintages in the past such as 2008 and 2010.

We highly encourage you to stash a few bottles away so you can follow their evolution. Come fall time this will really begin to start drinking well, and over the next 5-7 years unfold beautifully. 

Regarded as The King of Wines and the Wine of Kings, Barolo transforms in a way few wines can. This is the prime bottle to familiarize yourself with Piedmont's most storied variety, and this latest edition captures the vintage perfectly.

2013 Vietti Perbacco Nebbiolo
$29 per bottle.


Also available:

1988 Vietti Barolo Rocche
$249 per bottle.

1995 Vietti Barolo Lazzarito
$124 per bottle.

1996 Vietti Barolo Rocche
$299 per bottle.

1996 Vietti Barolo Riserva "Villero"
$479 per bottle.

1997 Vietti Barolo Riserva "Villero"
$469 per bottle.

1998 Vietti Barolo Rocche
$182 per bottle.

2004 Vietti Barolo Brunate
$167 per bottle.

2008 Vietti Barolo Brunate 3.0L
$769 per bottle.

2008 Vietti Barolo Rocche
$196 per bottle.

2010 Vietti Barolo Brunate
$226 per bottle.

2011 Vietti Barolo Castiglione
$48 per bottle.

2011 Vietti Barolo Lazzarito
$157 per bottle.