Producer Profile


Born and bred in this region, I have a deep-rooted connection to this land. My winemaking philosophy revolves around the Piedmontese tradition, employing both cement and oak in the process. Drawing inspiration from the distinctive white earth and mineral-rich soils, my goal is to craft wines that exude subtlety and finesse. I'm drawn to wines that captivate the palate with their intrigue, offering a delightful drinking experience characterized by elegance, freshness, crispness, and vibrancy. Currently, I'm in the midst of expanding our portfolio to include wines crafted from forgotten Piedmontese varieties like Slarina and Baratuciat, adding new dimensions to our offerings. - Fabrizio Iuli

iuli winemaker

Where The Wines Come From


Piedmont, a region renowned for its rich winemaking traditions, offers a captivating profile in its natural wines, reflecting the terroir and heritage of the area. Crafted from indigenous grape varieties such as Nebbiolo, Barbera, and Dolcetto, Piedmont's natural wines showcase a remarkable depth of flavor and complexity. With a focus on minimal intervention and organic farming practices, these wines exude purity and elegance, boasting enticing aromas of ripe red fruits, floral notes, and hints of spice. On the palate, Piedmont's natural wines captivate with their harmonious balance, displaying vibrant acidity, silky tannins, and a lingering finish that speaks to the region's distinct terroir. Whether it's a robust Barolo, a lively Barbera, or a refreshing Dolcetto, Piedmont's natural wines offer a true expression of the land and a testament to the timeless artistry of winemaking in this revered Italian region.