Nebbiolo, it's the flyest of the fly grape varieties. Hailing from the Northern Piedmont region of Italy, Nebbiolo is the king of Barolo and Barbaresco wines. With bold tannins, a complex flavour profile of tar, roses, and truffles, and a tendency to age gracefully for decades, Nebbiolo wines are like a slow-burning fire in your glass.

Climate-wise, Nebbiolo prefers a sunny, warm climate with cold, dry nights. Soil-wise, this grape loves to grow in well-drained, calcareous soils.

If you're looking for a Nebbiolo to sip on, you're in luck. Piedmont is loaded with great options, like Giacomo Conterno, Bruno Giacosa, and Gaja. If you're looking to branch out, you can also find Nebbiolo in California and Australia. So, grab a bottle, find some fire, and let Nebbiolo take you on a wild ride.