All wines stored at 55° and 70% humidity
For me, no winery in Piedmont has better captured the snapshot of place and season like Brovia. They pull no punches and appeal to those who are searching for the most graceful qualities of Nebbiolo. However, make no mistake about it, their wines are immensely concentrated with the intensity of fruit to blossom over many decades.
Brovia's roots trace back to 1863 with Giacinto Brovia founding the estate in Castiglione Falletto. Phylloxera and two wars put a halt to production for 30 years. In 1953 Giacinto's grandchildren, brothers Giacinto and Raffaele began to bring the estate up to full speed and today farming is organic throughout. In recent years the wines of Brovia, always been adored by traditionalists, have reached new heights. The focus, clarity of site, and texture of all the wines have brought in more praise than ever before.