Marchesi di BaroloVineyards (6)
Sustainability Respecting biodiversity
Marchesi di BaroloVineyards (3)

Know and respect

Each vineyard is vinified in purityone at a time. Often, the same vineyard is harvested and vinified at different times, depending on the different ripeness of the grapes due to the different conditions of each parcel.

Small productions give specific identities to Barolo crus, or are used for blends from which our most classic appellations, such as Barolo Tradizione and Barolo del Comune di Barolo, are born.

For many years now, Marchesi di Barolo has been using agricultural management techniques with special care to ensure optimum environmental sustainability.

An agronomic path studied season by season, month by month and refined day by day.

The spirit that guides the entire work in the vineyard and in the cellar can be summed up in two key concepts:

Know

Getting to know the grapes that arrive at the winery, the land they come from, the weather patterns of the year, the interventions in the vineyard and their impact on the quality of the grapes.

Respect

To carry out a vinification process capable of maintaining and enhancing the strengths of the grapes and the vineyards from which they come, and to bring the wine to full maturity during refinement in the cellar.

Our vineyards extend over the Unesco World Heritage hills, where we grow indigenous vines from the Langhe, Roero, Monferrato and beyond.

Our vineyards

The company controls about 200 hectares of vineyards, making wine from the main native vines of the Langhe, Roero and Monferrato. To better specify and enhance the different expressions, the most prestigious Crus of Barolo and Barbaresco, from our own vineyards, are vinified in purity, aged and bottled individually.