Since 1864, five generations of the Fenocchio family have been producing wine in the heart of Barolo. 

In 1947, the young Giacomo Fenocchio took control of the estate and built up the winemaking significantly and began gaining international recognition. Giacomo Fenocchio passed away in 1989 and, like his father, Claudio Fenocchio along with his brothers, Albino and Alberto, had a steep learning curve.

2017 Barbera d'Alba

An intense, fruity, medium to full-bodied red wine with aromas of cherry, raspberry, pomegranate and spice notes on the nose and the palate.

''At the end of the day, you really can’t make a wrong choice.
As long as you pay attention to what it is that you don’t like about a wine
each bottle will get you closer to what you do like.
Take it one glass at a time!''