There is something shocking you should know about this wine. Half of the blend is made from Cabernet Sauvignon, a grape not particularly welcome in a place known for the great wines of Barolo and Barbaresco. These wines are made from Nebbiolo which many locals and wine connoisseurs consider to be the “King” of grapes. Nebbiolo isn’t planted in great quantities anywhere else in the world. It seems to have found its soul mate in the foggy hills of Italy’s Piedmont. So what’s Cabernet Sauvignon doing trying to break up this perfect match?