The rolling hills of Piedmont are home to some of the world’s most haunting reds. Barolo and Barbaresco, made with the rose-and-tar-scented Nebbiolo, are wines built to age with truly Italian, effortlessly fashionable and elegant grace. But the Langhe also produces juicy and bright reds from Dolcetto and Barbera, while the little-known whites will prove an excellent discovery.