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Alta Langa wines: 18 top Piedmontese sparklings to try

‘The winemakers of Alta Langa continue to follow their own path towards wines with their own autonomous identity,’ says Tiziano Gaia. See his 18 recommendations below.

Sempre più in alto! ‘Higher and higher!’

In times of climate change and global warming, it seems that Italian winemakers have implemented the slogan of the historic television advertisement for Bocchino grappa, fuelling the idea that viticulture no longer has any other choice other than to take refuge on high ground or even in the mountains.

Scroll down to see tasting notes and sores for 18 top Alta Langa picks

It could be said that Piedmontese producers who, in the 1990s launched the project of the sparkling wine ‘Alta Langa’ on the high southern hills of the region, saw this in the crystal ball. The experiment boasted firm roots: although wine enthusiasts associate Piedmont with great reds, we must not forget that the saga of Italian sparkling wine began in this land in the mid-19th century.

Tiziano’s 18 top Alta Langa wines

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