This hand illustrated Italian wine map features the Barolo region. This gorgeous wine map poster is not only a beautiful piece of art. It is also a brilliant way to improve your knowledge of Italian wine.
There are few wine regions that are better known than Barolo. It is situated in the North of Italy. Barolo is only be a small horseshoe-shaped valley however, it produces some remarkable wines. Any wines called Barolo DOCG must made solely from the Nebbiolo grape. They are famous worldwide and are rich and full-bodied flavour, with a strong presence of acidity and tannins.
We hope you enjoy this beautiful hand illustrated Italian wine map as much as we do. It will look wonderful in a wine room, bar or even your kitchen. If you love this map then take a look at the rest of the Brushery collection. Alongside this Italian wine map we are stocking four maps featuring French wine regions. You can explore them here.
Linnea Hellstrom and Elin Aschberg founded Brushery in Sweden in 2020. Their common interest in wine, food and beautiful objects led them to collaborate. They now sell across Scandinvia and in the USA. They share a similar philosophy to us at Top Note Design. We are proud to be their first UK stockist. I love this quote from their website which sums our shared ethos up perfectly.
… a glass of wine is related to joy for most of us, and it often extends outside the drinking moment. It’s like planning a journey, we long, plan and discuss it. Why not extend the experience? Whenever you open a bottle of wine your eyes can travel over the terroirs and find satisfaction when it hits the goal. You get a deeper understanding of its origin and the map will hang there as a reminder of the delicious wines you’ve tasted or wish to taste one day.
Good prints require high quality paper. Brushery print these hand illustrated French wine maps on a FSC®-marked design paper with a discreet creme white shade. The paper has an uncoated soft surface that highlights images in the best way.
Wine Inspired Art from Top Note Design
We began Top Note Design in 2012 when we created a range of fine art prints inspired by the capsule of some of our favourite wines. Find out more about our artwork.