Nebbiolo Wine is a red grape variety that is primarily grown in the Piedmont region of northwest Italy, where it is used to produce some of the country's most renowned wines, such as Barolo and Barbaresco.
Nebbiolo wines are known for their complex and layered flavour profile, with notes of cherry, rose petals, tar, and truffles. They are full-bodied wines with high tannins and moderate acidity, which gives them a firm structure and a long aging potential.
Nebbiolo wines are considered among the most age-worthy of all Italian red wines and can develop deeper, more nuanced flavours over several years in the bottle. They are often enjoyed with rich and hearty dishes, such as roasted meats and game. Due to the grape's high tannins, Nebbiolo can be a bit challenging to drink when young, but it can become more approachable with time in the bottle or decanting before serving.