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Curiosity about the complexity of flavors and aromas move the work of Abbona wine cellar, in the direction of an ongoing daily search for new discoveries and more subtle refinements.
Abbona winery was founded in 1970 and has its roots in the daily tradition of wine, a passion for flavors and fragrances that are renewed from generation to generation, with a cultural heritage that evolves with the best care and dedication.
The comfort of the customers, which support the company with their consent, induced at the same time a steady commitment to growth and improvement in a company tiring but very satisfying.
One of the most prestigious and well-known wines of the Langhe, Barbaresco is made using Nebbiolo grapes cultivated northeast of the city of Alba, adjacent to the Tanaro River. Powerful and never too forward, it is an important and harmonious wine, polished and sophisticated
Made from the grapes grown in the vineyards of Monforte d’Alba in Rinaldi, from which the wine gets its name, this Barbera has a distinct and powerful character, yet retains a pleasant freshness that gives it great drinkability
Pressenda is a spectacular vineyard overlooking the Castle of Serralunga d’Alba, located in the cru Castelletto of Monforte d’Alba. The wine is ready to develop in the bottle, yet is already enjoyable thanks to the natural acidic component that refreshes the palate
Ravera is Novello’s most famous cru, and makes the best Barolos of the zone. The Ravera is particularly well balanced, with a magnificent body and depth, noble tannins, fruity and spicy aromas, and overall great drinkability
The winery’s flagship wine, Papà Celso is dedicated to the memory of Celso Abbona, father of Marziano, who planted every vine in the Doriolo vineyard. The wine is exclusively produced with grapes from this vineyard. It is our most important Dogliani, made from grapes grown on vines over 60 years old that give the wine a pleasant balance between elegance,...
Made from grapes grown in vineyards located in San Luigi, this wine is distinguished by its freshness and drinkability while maintaining the excellent body and elegance of an important red wine. Fruity and aromatic, this is an everyday wine that surprises at every sip
The Abbona family discovered Viognier in the Rhone Valley. The desire to reproduce the excellence they found in France returned with them to the hills of Dogliani, and thus began Cinerino. The wine’s name comes from the grey herons that occasionally stop in the lake beside the vineyards
Bricco Barone is a lovely zone on the hills of Monforte d’Alba in Rinaldi. The Nebbiolo d’Alba produced from this soil is robust with great longevity, with a rich bouquet of black fruits and a touch of smoke from its time spent aging in wood
Arneis is the king of whites in the Roero. Candid and easy to drink, it reveals a vibrant personality that comes from the sandy soils where its grapes grow. Its intense aroma and great drinkability make this an exceptionally pleasant and complex wine