Coste Della Sesia, Biella Vercelli


Bricco Lorella Coste della Sesia Nebbiolo 2019

There’s some surprising boringness here. No obvious flaws but no standout qualities either. Less vibrant than you’d expect from Antoniolo. — 22 days ago

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Le Pianelle

Al Posto Dei Fiori Coste della Sesia Rosato 2017

Dark pink, orange spice, red raspberry and a zing of pepper. With each mouthful you daydream...only to be grab by the finish and brought back to another enchanted mouthful. Pairs excellently with any Italian food. — 3 months ago

Shanda, Larry and 3 others liked this


Juvenia Coste della Sesia Nebbiolo 2016


Light, refreshing, great red on a warmer day. — 4 months ago

Roccia Rossa

Galliano Coste della Sesia Red Blend 2015

Lyle Fass

Big big cherry, spice, sour cherry, some tea aromas, floral, very nice. Juicy and clean. Loads of sour cherries, ample fruit and spice. Clean, precise and laser like focused tannins. @Delectable Wine this is appellation “Costa Della Sesia.” On the back label. Thanks. — 6 months ago

Rob, Severn and 8 others liked this

Clerico Massimo

Ca' du Leria Coste della Sesia 2015

Muscular, dark and savory. Dark fruit, earth, tar, spice, smoke. — 8 months ago


Bricco Lorella Vino Rosato 2019

Delectable Wine

A fresh Rosato with citrus-tinged florals and minerals, then hints of ginger and crisp green apple. On the palate, soft textures are offset by vibrant acids, with minerals, spice, young strawberry and cherry. The long finish is laced with Nebbiolo tannin and notes of citrus. $17.00 (Eric Guido, Vinous, June 2020) — 3 months ago

Andrew, Sharon and 32 others liked this

Le Pianelle

al forte Coste della sesia Rosso 2016

Great end-of-day light to medium-bodied Nebbiolo blend. Fresh, savory, and pops in some lovely plump fruit at the tip of your palate. Precise acid and tannins make it surprisingly long in finishing. — 4 months ago

Effie, Mike and 3 others liked this

Proprieta Sperino

Rosa del Rosa Coste della Sesia Nebbiolo Rosé 2019

Delectable Wine

A stunning opening reveals depths of ripe peach and strawberry, with hints of cumin, ginger, dried orange and roses. Silky textures tug at the cheeks as zesty acids settle in, then sooth through sweet liquid florals and ripe fruit. A blend of Nebbiolo and Vespolina. $19.00 (Eric Guido, Vinous, August 2020) — 2 months ago

Alex, Josh and 17 others liked this

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i love the Lessona and Uvaggio, never had this before. Must find!
Bambi Ray

Bambi Ray

It is the BEST. One of my all time favorite wines. Period. The only one I sam ever willing to buy multiple cases of in any given year.

Colombera & Garella

Cascina Cottionano Coste della Sesia Rosso Nebbiolo Blend 2016


Lovely purity of berry compote along with an underlying ferrous, rusty nail type iron mineral character. With time in the glass there’s also some very attractive almond paste or pie crust notes, dried cranberry and yoghurt covered raisins.
In the mouth it’s incredibly approachable with fine grained tannins that are very well interpreted into the red currant and cranberry fruit. It’s refreshing, approachable and very food friendly as the acidity seems to be perfectly ripe in this vintage. Don’t think I’ve tasted a better vintage of this in the past 5 years or so. As with most Italians, food will elevate this. 👌🏽
— 4 months ago

Daniel P., Rickie and 2 others liked this

Società Agricola NOAH

Coste della Sesia Croatina 2013

The Swiss Army knife my father gifted to me in 2002 on a trip to Niagara Falls has been a prized object in my life. From etching initials into tree bark to camping to building furniture to opening bottles of wine, this glorified knick knack has transcended that category for me and will always have its place on my desk wherever I may be.

Rich and creamy bouquet. Black pepper and vanilla and unusually, goat cheese.

Light in terms of tannins, but a medium to high acidity makes this stand out. Intense red cherries. Packs a punch berry fruit up front, the acidity rushes in at the midpoint and then ends with a slight, yet welcome, astringent note.
— 4 months ago

Eric, Eric and 21 others liked this