The Rizzi Winery, with its Barbaresco Pajorè 2015, will be present at the awards ceremony and will receive a certificate with the “Quattro Calici”
Italy's Barbera used to be thought of as an everyday grape, but now Piedmont's winemakers are showcasing just how great its wines can be.
An ideal tour of Italy of wine to tell us about labels obtained, in most cases, from the main native grapes that are worth a taste as excellence to be defended and tasted.
Following the tastings and selections made by the commissions of the guide Vinibuoni d'Italia in the National Finals, the BARBARESCO DOCG NERVO of Cantina Rizzi obtained the CROWN
In this article we talk about five labels of Barbaresco which are a bonus track of Barolo, protagonist of another article.
This is the Article published on wining.it which speaks of the Barbaresco Rizzi reserve 2013 of the Rizzi di Treiso winery, in the Piedmontese lands of the province of Cuneo.
The Barbaresco Rizzi Docg 2015 and the Cantina Rizzi di Treiso are the protagonists of the Article on "La Repubblica" of 26 April 2018, in the R Food section, written by Laura Di Cosimo, entitled "L'eleganza del Barbaresco"
Fernando Pardini - "Barbaresco, le ultime annate: Treiso"
LE MILLE BOLLE BLOG
Franco Ziliani - Extra Brut metodo classico Rizzi
Wands ( Japan)
Kunio Bansho - Nebbiolo Prima 2011 -Rizzi wines
GUIDE TO ITALIAN WINE
Tom Hyland - Barbaresco 2008
A. Morichetti - Il Barbaresco della famiglia Rizzi
New York Times
Eric Asimov - Barbarescos That Are Good Now, but Just Wait a Bit
Tom Hyland - Autumn 2010
Alessandro Masnaghetti - Barbaresco 2007 - Agosto 2010
Franco Ziliani - Nebbiolo Prima: ottime notizie per i Barolo 2006, Barbaresco e Roero 2007 da riprovare
Jancis Robinson´s Web Site
Barbaresco catches up, Barbaresco 2008