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Poderi Colla is an Italian winery, based in Barolo, Piedmont, Italy. It was established by Ernesto "Tino" Colla and his niece Federica in 1993. Poderi Colla has three vineyards covering some 70 acres, Cascina Drago and Tenuta Dardi Le Rase in Barolo and Tenuta Roncaglie in Barbaresco. Wine Opus described the wines as "impressive, traditional-leaning wines", describing their Barolo Bussia as "a firm, powerful expression of Nebbiolo", but said that their Barbaresco Roncaglie "shows more finesse and elegance". Cincinnati Magazine described their 2002 Barbera d'Alba as of "really serious quality". Australian winemaker Ben Cane worked for Poderi Colla for sometime.
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there are times when you have such a great experience that you have to share it. Wine testing in Alba, we came across a real gem. I am lucky enough to go wine tasting each year and I am always... more »
Qui tutto racconta di cultura e origine della più autentica vini cultura e vinificazione. Da qui la famiglia ha tracciato la storia dei più nobili vini Piemontesi. Federica Colla erede orgogliosa e... more »Here everything tells of the culture and origin of the most authentic wines culture and winemaking. From here the family has traced the history of the noblest Piedmont etats. Federica Colla proud heir and...
I discovered this winery randomly through Google maps, gave them a call, and made an appointment for the same day. The woman we met there was super gracious with her time, and we had a great time learning details about winemaking in the Alba region from her. We also got to watch crates full of just-harvested grapes being de-stemmed, which was a treat. All said and done, we spent two terrific hours at Poderi Colla. It was the first winery we went to in Alba, but I highly recommend it.
A great, secluded, quieter place for 💯% about wine. The grounds have a great view of the vineyards. We came at no time of visit, but we were pleasantly welcomed into the tasting room, in fact it is a large room with various winemaking items - a real museum with real 100 year old exhibits!! We got there on foot from our hotel near 3.6 km !!!! We were offered water wines and everything is absolutely free !!! The place is simple, I would say "rural" for wine fanatics
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