Nebbiolo is synonymous with the Piemontese regions of Barolo and Barbaresco. It makes sense. Not only is that where the grape reaches its highest highs, but it’s where some of the greatest bottles in the entire world of wine originate. Thus, mention nebbiolo, and people will expect you to follow up with a producer like Conterno, a vineyard like Montestefano, or a vintage like 1990 or 1964.But while Barolo and Barbaresco are certainly nebbiolo’s star attractions, they aren’t the whole story. Elsewhere in Piedmont, as well as in neighboring regions of northwest Italy, nebbiolo produces wines that very much deserve your attention. They aren’t household names, but they can illustrate the grape’s classic structure and aromatics, often offering fantastic value for the price.Here are a few regions to look out for on wine labels.