Vietti is an Italian winery located in the Piedmont region of northwestern Italy. Founded in the late 19th century, Vietti is one of the oldest and most well-respected wineries in the region. The winery is known for producing high-quality, traditional wines from the Nebbiolo grape, which is the signature grape variety of the Piedmont region.
Vietti is particularly renowned for its Barolo wines, which are made from Nebbiolo grapes grown in the Barolo DOCG zone. These wines are known for their rich, full-bodied character and complex aromas and flavors, which include notes of cherries, roses, tar, and leather. In addition to Barolo, Vietti also produces other Nebbiolo-based wines, including Barbaresco, Barbera, and Langhe Nebbiolo, as well as other grape varieties such as Moscato and Arneis.
Vietti is known for its commitment to traditional winemaking techniques, which includes long aging of its wines in oak barrels, as well as a meticulous selection process in the vineyard and winery. This approach has earned the winery a reputation for producing wines of exceptional quality and character, and its wines are widely sought after by wine lovers and collectors.
In addition to its traditional wines, Vietti is also known for its innovative and experimental winemaking, including the use of modern techniques such as cryomaceration and the production of single-vineyard wines. These efforts have earned the winery a reputation for being at the forefront of the Piedmont wine industry, and its wines are widely considered some of the best in the region.