Epic Wines & Spirits Portfolio



Giuseppe Roagna

Giuseppe Roagna

Ancient vineyards, humble traditions and wisdom in the winemaking. The Giuseppe Roagna cellar is situated in the heart of Roero. It is still family run today and produces wine from its own estate grapes in the Roero, Langhe and Alba regions. The tasting area is a beautifully reconstructed farm house that lies in the center of Prirocca. The family believes that ancient vineyards, humble traditions with lots of care, wisdom, and experience in the winemaking process are the key to obtain a world class wine. Each bottle preserves the history, terroir and personality of the place and people who made it.

Web Site:

http://www.roagnagiuseppe.com/en/

Country:

Italy

Region:

Piedmont

Produces:

Wine

Germano Angelo

Germano Angelo

Generations of historic winemaking rooted in tradition. It is documented that Teobaldo Germano was the founder and first president of the Barolo wine growers’ cooperative winery, founded in 1902. Out of the Barolo wine co-op came the founding of the Angelo Germano winery in 1908. The winery has been passed down through several generations of the Germano family and grown substantially all while playing an integral role in the protection and promotion of Barolo and the DOC, DOCG regulations. In the early 1980’s with the whole Germano family involved in the winery and with business growing, Angelo Germano took the first steps to modernize the company and reach out to international markets. Today the family is focused on keeping their tradition alive while maintaining the highest quality of production and striving to bring more enjoyment in bottle. “…to host and engage in an experience that goes beyond the sale of wine. We focus on honesty and relevance of a refined product that has been looked after for many generations.

Web Site:

http://www.germanoangelo.com/it/

Country:

Italy

Region:

Piedmont

Produces:

Wine

Bosco Agostino

Bosco Agostino

A family tradition in winemaking. The farm was founded by Bosco Pietro in 1904 and its primary business has always been wine growing. In 1979 the grapes so carefully grown were removed from the market to make room for wine-making. This new enterprise was met with so much success that Pietro was soon joined by his youngest son Agostino, who worked with patience and precision and was gifted with intuition for work in both the vineyard and the cellar. After the death of his father (1983), Agostino continued working on the farm, demonstrating such commitment and love for the work as to involve his wife Carla and to find in the world of wine a passion for his son Andrea as well. Today the farm continues to be run as a family business with one goal: achieve grapes of the maximum quality to be transformed into a wine with personality rendering it special and unique. The total vined surface area of the farm is currently at about 4 hectares divided between nebbiolo, barbera and dolcetto. All vineyards are property of and found exclusively within the confines of the Comune of La Morra.

Web Site:

http://www.barolobosco.com/eng/azienda_Bosco_Agostino.htm

Country:

Italy

Region:

Piedmont

Produces:

Wine