In Renowned Wine Regions of Italy, the Allure of Gin is Growing
Juniper berries in Piedmont / Photo: ChiccoDodiFC via Shutterstock
Standing in Barbaresco Tower, Paolo Dalla Mora points to where he’s growing sage among a tapestry of grape vines.
Grapes are everywhere in Le Langhe, a hilly area of Piedmont known for its wine. Woven among hilltop cobblestoned streets are vines brimming with purple orbs calling to be picked each fall. Barbaresco, a village with about 600 residents, which Dalla Mora moved to in 2017, is known for its eponymous Nebbiolo wine — it and the region’s Barolo and Asti Spumante
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