The ArnaldoRivera wines are a result of a collaboration between Terre del Barolo winery and a selection of their growers, with the aim to produce a range of top-quality wines, showcasing their best sites and highest quality fruit. Named in homage to their founder, Arnaldo Rivera, who established the cooperative in 1958, the project launched in 2017 with their first vintage of Barolo 2013.

With vineyards situated in 9 historical cru sites within Barolo, their focus is Nebbiolo. From their flagship wine called Barolo Undicicomuni, which refers to the 11 (undici) communes (comuni) that make up the Barolo appellation, the Nebbiolo grapes for this wine are sourced from across the 11 communes. To their single vineyard offerings, showcasing the individual characteristics of each site; Rocche di Castiglione, Villero, Vignarionda, Cannubi, Rocche dell’Annunziata, Monvigliero, Bussia, Ravera and Castello. In addition to their Nebbiolo-based wines, they also work with very small parcels of rare native grapes, from lesser-known appellations, such as Verduno Pelaverga and Nascetta del Comune di Novello.

All the vineyards are carefully monitored and maintained under the watchful eye of expert Geologist and Co-Author of the Barolo MGA book, Edmondo Bonelli and his team. They guide the growers, ensuring that each plot receives the individual treatment it needs, to bring out the best in the vines. In the winery, they have invested in state-of-the-art equipment, ensuring fruit quality follows through from vine to bottle. And to maintain maximum expression of both the fruit and its provenance, minimal intervention in the winery is key to their winemaking approach.

A commitment to quality, terroir, and expert craftsmanship, is clearly evident in these wines. Beautifully pure expressions of Nebbiolo and inspiring examples of the less common native varieties, all-encompassing Piedmont’s undeniable personality. We are delighted to represent these wines in our portfolio. 

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(Langhe Nascetta 2021) "Gorgeous stony pear nose with a fine lees note. Texturally it is like it has seen oak, but it has only been in stainless steel. Linear, mouth-watering and crystal clear with mandarin and grapefruit notes. Really fresh and with plenty of potential." 17+ points, Walter Speller, (November 2023)

(Barolo Undicicomuni 2019) "Textbook Nebbiolo aromas of cherry, rose, truffle and underbrush all fill the glass. It's fine yet firm on the palate; the tart red fruit core is balanced by dried herbs, savory spice and notes of leather on the bright finish. Drink now–2040." 91 points, Jeff Porter, Wine Enthusiast (January 2023)