Long heralded as “The King of Wines”, Barolo has come to be recognized as one of Italy’s most important and complex wines.  First produced during the Risorgimento period for the House of Savoy and perfected by subsequent generations of Piemontese winemakers looking to create an elegant wine exuding structure and unique personality, the Nebbiolo produced in the commune’s 5 villages ranks among the world’s most famous and sought-after wine.

Founded in 1864, Giacomo Fenocchio is one of the district’s original wineries.  Located near Castiglione Faletto in the southern part of the commune, the estate encompasses some 12 hectares of southern facing vineyards within 3 of the district’s most important cru sites—Bussia, Cannubi, and Villero.  Committed to preserving regional and family winemaking traditions, the exceptional wines produced by the current generation offer an astounding combination of territorial character, good aging potential, and fantastically reasonable pricing.  Highly rated by wine critics the world over, they represent some of the finest examples of Barolo available in the market today.


2015 Dolcetto d'Alba DOC

2014 Barbera d'Alba DOC

2014 Freisa Langhe DOC

2014 Nebbiolo Langhe DOC

2011 Barolo Bussia DOCG

2012 Barolo Bussia DOCG

2012 Barolo Cannubi DOCG

2012 Barolo Villero DOCG


2011 Barolo Bussia                   92 Points (Wine Spectator)

2011 Barolo Bussia              Tre Bicchieri (Gambero Rosso)

2009 Barolo Bussia             Tre Bicchieri (Gambero Rosso)

2010 Barolo Cannubi           Due Bicchieri (Gambero Rosso)

2011 Freisa Langhe             Due Bicchieri (Gambero Rosso)

2011 Nebbiolo Langhe          Due Bicchieri (Gambero Rosso)