Nebbiolo is most famously at home in Piedmont, Italy. It often draws parallels with Pinot Noir, with both being light in colour, high levels of acidity and an incredible ability to convey the terroir in which it is grown. It demonstrates higher levels of tannin than Pinot Noir, with higher tannins being one of the signatures of Nebbiolo. Drawing its name from nebbia, Italian for ‘fog’ which surrounds the hills of Piedmont in the autumn, Nebbiolo has an incredibly long growing season. Fenocchio makes the wine with an approachability to its youth, with around 10 days on skins and six months in large, old Slovenian casks before bottling. Despite its overall youthful approachability, the wine will unfurl itself beautifully with additional aeration and decanting.