|2011||ODDERO Barolo||92||See tasting notes|
|2011||ODDERO Barolo 'Rocche di Castiglione'||95||See tasting notes|
|2011||ODDERO Barolo 'Villero'||94||See tasting notes|
|2008||ODDERO Barbaresco 'Gallina'||92||See tasting notes|
|2011||ODDERO Barbaresco 'Gallina'||93||See tasting notes|
|2007||ODDERO Barolo||92||See tasting notes|
|2010||ODDERO Barolo||93||See tasting notes|
|2010||ODDERO Barolo 'Brunate'||96||See tasting notes|
|2008||ODDERO Barolo 'Bussia Vigna Mondoca Riserva'||96||See tasting notes|
|2010||ODDERO Barolo 'Rocche di Castiglione'||95||See tasting notes|
|2007||ODDERO Barolo 'Villero'||93||See tasting notes|
|2010||ODDERO Barolo 'Villero'||93+||See tasting notes|
|2009||ODDERO Langhe Nebbiolo||90||See tasting notes|
|2009||ODDERO Barbera d'Alba||91||See tasting notes|
|2011||ODDERO Moscato d'Asti 'Cascina Fiori' 2011||91||See tasting notes|
Oddero is nestled in the Langhe hills, overlooking a sea of vines. Just as in the past, only grapes from family-owned vineyards are used to make Oddero wines.
The estate, run for generations by men, it is now in the hands of Mariacristina and Mariavittoria, the daughters of Giacomo Oddero, Barolo patriarch and a man whose fame reaches beyond the Langhe.
Oddero dedicates its full attention to the winemaking process, blending ancient wisdom and modern production techniques with patience and tenacity: from the pruning of the vines to the pressing of the grapes, up to the aging of selected vintages. Oddero vines grow in some of the best and sunniest sites (known as sôri) on the hills in the Barolo and Barbaresco zones and beyond.
Oddero is recognized among some of the best and most historic wines in the region. and the current wines from Oddero back up that reputation. Everything we recently tasted from the Moscato d'Asti to the Barbera d'Alba to the Barolo and Barbaresco were fasinating to say the least. Looks like this estate is very much on top of their game.
To read more about Oddero please visit their website at www.oddero.it