Verduno is a small red wine appellation in Piedmont focussing on the Pelaverga grape. Situated around the village of Verduno, which is better known for the production of Barolo, it was created in 1995 to showcase the variety’s historic ties to the area. It produces interesting wines that match fresh acidity with red berry and menthol characteristics.
Castello di Verduno is one of the great historic landmarks of Barolo. Built in 1500 and making Nebbiolo wines as early as 1838, it was eventually acquired in 1909 by the Burlotto family.
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