…The Barolo wine region is situated in the Piedmont region, in the North-West of Italy near the city of Turin. Barolo is a DOCG, a Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita. This is the highest level of classification for wines in Italy. DOCG governs the geographical zone where the grapes are produced, but not only. It also dictates the grapes you can use, how the wines are made, how and how long the wines must be aged, and more. It is the highest level of wine in Italy.