The Nebbiolo Cellar is a co-operative venture of more than 180 members. 80% of the grapes are produced in the Roero hills and the other 20% are from surrounding wine regions, including Barbaresco, Barolo, Dolcetto, and Moscato. A wide variety of grape varietals are grown by the individuals of Cantina del Nebbiolo and these varietals produce a number of unique, quality wines.


Langhe DOC Arneis

Elegance is the word that best fits this wine made from Arneis grapes grown in villages located to the right of the River Tanaro, and it shows through in particular on how readily easy it is to savour. Pale straw-yellow with a delicate, fruity nose, it has a lingering, soft dry taste.

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Langhe DOC Favorita

Light straw-yellow with greenish highlights, it has a fresh, fruity nose reminiscent of rennet apples, and shows an elegant, delicate body on the palate with a long finish.


Roero Arneis DOCG "Arenarium"  

straw-yellow wine with marked greenish nuances. An expansive nose packed with floral notes, aromatic herbs and exotic fruit leads into a silky, smooth, rich mouth with a luscious finish with mineral overtones.

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Roero Arneis DOCG

The great polish and elegance that shows through in the wine from the outset in its bright straw-yellow colour with greenish highlights continues in intense aromas of fresh fruit and flowers, and is rounded off by well-balanced roundness on the mouth, with a delicately bitterish finish.

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Langhe DOC Nascetta "Riveverse" 

Bright straw yellow, its delicate nose conjures up the underbrush of the Mediterranean: sage, thyme and lemon blossom, with tertiary aromas from an extended stay in the bottle adding a further dimension. On the mouth it is round and fruity, with mineral notes on the finish.

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Langhe DOC Rosato

Colour range from pomegranate to pink grapefruit, through to delicate shades of powder pink. On the nose it starts out with fresh spiciness, and then develops floral notes reminiscent of dog rose, peach blossom, wild cherry and hints of blueberry. Good acidity shows on the mouth, with freshness and great minerality on entry, followed by warmer sensations with light, linear tannins and fruity, flowery flavours. The alcohol is well-contained in the roundness of the wine, which has a long, slightly bitterish finish.

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Barbera d'Alba DOC  

Its matching of strength with finesse makes Barbera d’Alba a highly-prized wine, and the composition of the soil and the microclimate here produce an intensely bright red-coloured wine with delicate purple highlights, and a fresh, fragrant nose hinting at mint and vanilla. A big wine with good structure

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Barbera d'Alba DOC Superiore  

Deep ruby-red with slight orange nuances, it has an ethereal, vinous nose, and a dry taste in which the wood is nicely balanced with the body that is a distinguishing feature of Barbera.

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Dolcetto d'Alba DOC  

Deep red with purple highlights, the wine shows hints of raspberries and violets on the nose, and has a long, full-bodied flavour with nicely fresh tannins on the finish.

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Nebbiolo d'Alba DOC Valmaggiore  

Traditional-style fermentation at a controlled temperature is followed by ageing in oak casks to obtain a deep red wine with delicate orange-coloured highlights, an ethereal, vinous nose, and an elegant, soft, well-balanced taste marked by the slightly tannic overtones that are typical of great nebbiolos. 

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Nebbiolo d'Alba DOC

The wine is deep ruby-red with soft orange highlights, and has a delicate bouquet and a dry, well-bodied and nicely tannic taste.

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Barbaresco DOCG  

Fermentations with lengthy stays on the skins followed by ageing in oak casks produce an intensely red wine with slight hints of garnet, a complex nose of ripe red fruit and spicy overtones, and a warm, mouth-filling flavour with soft tannins, great elegance and an excellent finish.

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Barbaresco DOCG Meruzzano

Lengthy fermentation on the skins is followed by ageing in oak casks to produce a nose showing red fruit and aromatic herbs, and a well-bodied taste supported by powerful tannins that evolve over time into balsamic and fruity sensations

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Barolo DOCG

A traditional winemaking process, with lengthy fermentation on the skins of grapes from the finest vineyards and ageing in big oak casks, gives this wine the great body and structure that are Barolo’s distinguishing features. Smooth nose of violets, tobacco and spices, with rounded floral overtones. 


Barolo DOCG Riserva


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Barolo DOCG del comune di Serralunga d'Alba

Lengthy contact with the skins and ageing in wood produce a bright garnet red wine with an expansive nose of red fruit and floral and spicy overtones, and a powerful, rich palate. 

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Barolo DOCG Cannubi-Boschis 

Aged in oak casks, the wine has an intense bouquet of red fruit with a slight balsamic quality. On the mouth it is elegant, well-structured and round, with spicy and floral notes. 

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Moscato d'Asti DOCG 

The classic dessert wine par excellence, with an invitingly bright, almost golden straw-yellow colour. Its nicely aromatic nose shows floral overtones and nice hints of fruit, and its delicate, sweet taste merges perfectly with a long, fragrant aroma.