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20 December 2022
VITAE – 2023 WINE GUIDE
We are delighted and honoured to announce that our Barbaresco Asili 2019 and Barbaresco Asili Riserva 2017 have been awarded the 4 viti ! A huge thank you for this important and illustrious recognition! Paola, Valentina & Federica
28 October 2022
Gambero Rosso, Slow Wine and Guida Bibenda: an autumn full of emotions!
Autumn could only start in the best way at Ca’ del Baio: while the crisp air colours the leaves red, yellow and orange, the winery is in ferment, ready to welcome tourists and all the latest news for the last quarter of 2022. First of all, our Barbaresco Asili 2019 was awarded 3 bicchieri by … Continued
11 August 2022
Langhe Nebbiolo BricdelBaio 2020: one of the best Italian wines according to Luca Gardini
The 27th issue of Reporter Gourmet has just come out, highlighting Italy’s excellent wines. A weekly oenological meeting where Luca Gardini selects the most interesting bottles among reds, whites and rosés. Among these, we are excited and proud to announce that our Langhe Nebbiolo DOC BricdelBaio emerges first. A Nebbiolo, according to Gardini, of immediate … Continued
12 July 2022
Langhe Chardonnay Valentìne: one of the rare wines according to Gambero Rosso
We are happy and excited to inform you that our Chardonnay di Langa Burgundy style has captured the attention of one of Italy’s most important food and wine publications: the Gambero Rosso. Described by Giuseppe Carrus as a “hard to forget, unique and precious bottle,” Valentìne earned an impressive 96 points within the “Vini Rari … Continued
27 January 2022
Baio Family Members Community: Our Langhe hills, from today, are where YOU are.
We are happy and excited to announce that our Wine Club is finally online! A unique, tailor-made experience for our most loyal customers. An exclusive platform where you will find unique routes, prestigious labels and rare vintages. A digital Langa ready to welcome you on the other side of the screen. We are ready. Are … Continued
24 January 2022
Vintage 2019: characteristics, nuances and objectives
For a wine producer, there is no greater emotion than seeing his wine in the bottle. It is the same emotion that is passed on to children and grandchildren and that is also unconsciously picked up by those who taste, sip and drink the wine. Inside that bottle, work, commitment, humility, fatigue and waiting are mixed together. A whirlwind of sensations that leads to the final product: … Continued
18 January 2022
Ian d’Agata’s scores – Barbaresco Asili Riserva 2016
We are extremely happy and honoured to share with you another important award obtained by the flagship of our wine production. We are talking about our Barbaresco Asili Riserva 2016, which, in addition to being awarded the Tre Bicchieri Gambero Rosso in October 2021, was placed eighth in the list of the best Italian wines of 2021 according to Ian d’Agata. In fact, the Italian-Canadian … Continued
10 February 2021
Barbaresco Asili celebrates 30 Harvests (1988-2018)
Barbaresco Asili 2018 Barbaresco Asili celebrates 30 Harvests (1988-2018) With the 2018 vintage, Barbaresco Asili signed by Ca’ del Baio, celebrates thirty harvests. Starting with 1988 vintage and , with the exclusion of 2002, (the year in which it was not produced), we come to the present day. We are proud of this … Continued
16 December 2020
2020: Apocalypse’s year or Mother Earth’s one?
2020 surely will not be remembered as one of the best year in mankind’s history. Devastating fires, giant hornets, earthquakes, steroids close to Earth and to end in style, a global pandemic that kept us home for almost a year, restricting and changing all our normal activities. Inside this unusual and unexpected scenario, Earth’s vital … Continued
21 November 2019
Wine Spectator Top 100 Wines of 2019
And with our great amazement and pride we announce that our Barbaresco Autinbej has been selected at number 39° on the Top 100 Wines from Wine Spectator!
6 February 2019
Also this year the appointment in Verona is renewed for the most prestigious international wine and spirits exhibition. See you at Hall 10, Stand N2 from 7 to 10 April! We are waiting for you!
The 25 Best Producers of Barbaresco – Forbes
The famous Forbes magazine has selected our cellar among the best 25 producers of Barbaresco: Here’s what they say about us: “Ca’ del Baio – Elegantly styled Barbaresco from the Grasso family in Treiso. There are four different Barbaresco produced here: Autinbej, a blend of different cru, and Pora, Vallegrande and Asili (there is also an … Continued
Red wine, which ones to pick? 40 labels that are worth trying!
n.15/40 The famous magazine of Vanity Fair Italy has chosen our Barbaresco Asili 2015 as among 40 labels to try. Here’s what they say about us: “Barbaresco Asili, Ca ‘del Baio (Nebbiolo) Barbaresco is, together with Barolo, one of the most prestigious Piedmontese wines in the world, and both are born from Nebbiolo grapes, the most … Continued
20 February 2018
The Best Five Italian Riesling!
Riesling is one of the noblest white vines, which in Italy, especially in the northern regions, can offer great results.
Our Langhe Riesling 2015 has been selected by the DoctorWine team of Daniele Cernilli among the best 5 Italian Riesling, now on the market.
19 February 2018
Waiting for you at Vinitaly 2018
Vinitaly is the International Wines and Spirits Fair to be held in Verona from the 15th to the 18th April 2018. You will be able to find us in Hall 10, on Stand N2. We look forward to seeing you there!
16 February 2017
“Once upon a time the new Barbaresco of Ca’del Baio: AUTINBEJ”
Autinbej is a Barbaresco wine that recalls a bygone era when such wines came from the blending of different vineyards with different characteristics.
Tradition speaks through this wine.
19 December 2016
The magazine “Spirito di Vino” writes about us…
“There is always someone who quotes Asili” by Pierluigi Gorgoni When among fans, even with the producers themselves, try to appoint one by one the best cru of the Langhe, heart cru, the highest standing cru Barolo and Barbaresco, someone always mentions Asili, all nod in silent reverence. Behold, we put on an evening all … Continued