• Briccotondo Barbera Piemonte DOC 2022, Fontanafredda
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    Deep rustic red in colour with an aromatic, spicy nose of red fruits and damsons. Medium bodied and soft, with balancing structure to the blackberry and morello cherry flavours, finishing rounded and supple with a hint of liquorice. Read more

    2022 | 13.5% ABV   75cl

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  • Gavi di Gavi DOCG 2023, Fontanafredda
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    One of Italy's most fashionable whites, it is noted for acute dryness and fresh, flinty acidity. This is a bright straw-yellow wine with greenish highlights. It has a full, delicate, elegant bouquet which brings flowers and fresh fruit to mind - mostly... Read more

    2023 | 13% ABV   75cl

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  • Moscato d'Asti 37.5cl 2022, Fontanafredda
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    Admitting to liking Moscato d'Asti feels like confessing a guilty secret. It's sweet. It's a bit fizzy. It doesn't have much more alcohol than lager. It's not a "proper' wine. Oh, but it's gorgeous, like sitting under a vine, popping juicy Muscat grapes... Read more

    2022 | 5.5% ABV   37.5cl

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  • Barolo di Serralunga d'Alba DOCG 2019, Fontanafredda
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    Deep red with ruby highlights, this superb Barolo has a clear-cut, intense nose with overtones of vanilla, spices, withered roses and underbrush. The palate is dry, but soft, full bodied, velvety and well balanced, and is engagingly complex throughout... Read more

    2019 | 14% ABV   75cl

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  • Langhe Nebbiolo 2021, Fontanafredda
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    Nebbiolo, Piedmont's royal grape, from the Langhe, dizzyingly fragrant with dried roses and dried geraniums, followed by a soft, full-bodied mouthful of red fruit. Read more

    2021 | 13.5% ABV   75cl

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  • Briccotondo Dolcetto 2022, Fontanafredda
    A clear, ruby-red wine with violet highlights. Its vinous bouquet is fruity, very intense and rather attractive and persistent. Nicely dry, well-balanced and velvety; it has a light almondy aftertaste. Read more

    2022 | 13% ABV   75cl

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  • Barbera d'Alba DOC Raimonda 2022, Fontanafredda
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    Deep garnet in colour with a subtle nose of red berry fruit. Soft and elegant on the palate with fine ripe tannin and a complex finish. Read more

    2022 | 15% ABV   75cl

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  • Barbera d'Alba DOC Raimonda 2021, Fontanafredda
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    Deep garnet in colour with a subtle nose of red berry fruit. Soft and elegant on the palate with fine ripe tannin and a complex finish. Read more

    2021 | 14.5% ABV   75cl

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  • Pradalupo Roero Arneis DOC 2021, Fontanafredda
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    The colour is intense straw yellow with greenish hints. The bouquet is reminiscent of exotic fruits, ripe pears, hawthorn and acacia honey. In the mouth is warm, velvety, sweet with a nice acidity level, giving the wine freshness and a long lasting... Read more

    2021 | 14% ABV   75cl

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  • Asti DOCG, Fontanafredda

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    An aromatic medium sweet sparkling wine with notes of musk, sage and honey on the nose and a taste of just picked grapes. Read more

    NV | 7% ABV   75cl

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  • Barolo DOCG 2019, Fontanafredda
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    Classic dark 'tar' and perfumed 'roses' on the nose, light in colour but with great power, concentration and well balanced ripe tannins. This is a wine to match with rich foods and game dishes. Read more

    2019 | 13.5% ABV   75cl

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  • Marne Brune Nebbiolo d'Alba DOC 2021, Fontanafredda
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    Nebbiolo Mare Brune stands out for its ruby red colour which varies in intensity depending on the vintage. Subsequently, this wine shows an exquisite fragrance on the nose with a floral bouquet and hints of wild fruit. The palate has a strong personality... Read more

    2021 | 14.5% ABV   75cl

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Fontanafredda have produced enchanting Barolo and other great wines of the Langhe since 1858, when it was founded by Royal Decree by the first King of Italy, Vittorio Emanuele II. A community united around respect for the land, today Fontanafredda cultivates 120 hectares of Certified Organic vineyards, around the ‘Villagio Narrante’ of Fontanafredda, Serralunga d'Alba - Italy's first ‘Narrative Village’ - originally established to house workers of the vineyards and winery and their families, and now a popular attraction in its own right. Taste the regal heritage of Fontanafredda and see why these wines rank among the very best in the world.
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Like all beautiful things, Fontanafredda is the product of a love story: the love story between the first King of Italy, Vittorio Emanuele II, and Rosa Vercellana, to whom the future monarch gave the land on which the winery now stands. Rosa, known as "La Bela Rusin", was a woman of humble origins, daughter of a drum major of the army of the Royal House of Savoy. But despite society's reticence over their union, Vittorio married Rosa naming her Countess of Mirafiore and Fontanafredda, and their two children: Maria Vittoria and Emanuele Alberto, founded the winegrowing estate of Fontanafredda which would make the name of Barolo internationally famous. Fontanafredda has always pioneered new innovations in winemaking: in 1886, the first Barolo was sent overseas and, just one year later, the first concrete tanks in Europe were built in the cellars; in 1964, Barolo Vigna La Rosa was born - the first Barolo to indicate the vineyard on the label - and in 1988, the first Barolo with a municipal designation was produced, vinifying the grapes of the municipality of Serralunga d’Alba separately. In 2008, when Oscar Farinetti and Luca Baffigo bought Fontanafredda, bringing it back under Piedmontese ownership after 77 years. These new owners shifted the winery’s focus to the triumvirate of quality, sustainability and hospitality.

In 2012 Barolo La Rosa 2008 entered Wine Spectator’s Top 100 as one of the best wines in the world, in 2017, 160 years after Fontanafredda’s foundation, Wine Enthusiast Magazine named Fontanafredda “European Winery of the Year” and set the tone for the much lauded and high-scoring wines for which the winery has become famed. In accordance with tradition, the 19th century cellars house large French and Croatian oak barrels (Allier and Slavonia oak) used for ageing Barolo and the great red wines of the Langhe (Barbaresco, Nebbiolo, Barbera and Dolcetto). White wines (Arneis, Gavi, Riesling, Chardonnay and Moscato), the sweet sparkling Martinotti method wine and Alta Langa Metodo Classico are made in more modern cellars, equipped with the latest technology. In 2020 marked the birth of a new Fontanafredda, refocusing the operations of the business and making a deep-rooted respect for the land the central focus of everything again. This rebirth, renewal and green renaissance of sustainable winemaking heralds a very exciting time in the history of Fontanafredda.

The overarching goal is to create green wine: Green inside, because it is sustainably farmed and made, and green outside too, in its packaging, because respect for the earth is central to Fontanafredda’s ethos. With 120 hectares now Certified Organic in the Village of Fontanafredda, the next project was to improve the efficiency of the winery and reduce energy use across the supply-chain. In 2022 a cooperative district heating plant powered by natural gas was completed, whilst solar panels produce more than 4000 kW of electricity every year, and a project to replace old-generation light bulbs for the company buildings has further reduced the environmental impact of the winery. activity and inside the Village there are columns for recharging cars. Being green is reflected in all the daily choices: the water is reused in a conscious way, purified with the help of the phytodepurator in the Village, collected in the lake and used for technological purposes. Packaging elements are selected to be respectful and kind to the environment, and green: Glass derives in part from recycled glass and can be reused countless times, and closures use cork and caps which are derived from recycled plastic. Labels and paper and cardboard are sourced suppliers who practice responsible forest management, and all are recyclable.

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Learn more about the wines and winemaking of Fontanafredda at https://www.fontanafredda.it/en/