When this plot of land used to be an orchard, Giuseppe could only think of wine. When the fruit became Dolcetto grapes, his son Giovanni could only think of Nebbiolo. When all other landowners were selling their land, the Sordos bought the plots, transforming them into some of the biggest “sorì” in all of Piedmont (“sorì” is Piedmontese for “cru”). All this to say is that those with courage go far. In fact, in each bottle of these wines you find 100 years worth of Langanese audacity, like in their 2013 Barolo, awarded 90 points by Wine Spectator, just to name one.