Langhe and Barolo: one of the cradles of Italian food

Barolo - Visit ItalyThe Langhe is one of the areas where historically divided the Piedmont region, located northwest of northern Italy

Langhe (with Barolo), Monferrato and Roero, have been selected by Unesco for their cultural heritage. They are also scenically….amazing. The sweetness of the hills, with colored and regular cultivated fields, make it an ideal destination for those who want to enjoy the beauty that nature can give, joined by agriculture and human labor. Continue reading

Only the best with Trado: THE GLOBAL MASTERS PINOT NOIR

Only the best with Trado: THE GLOBAL MASTERS PINOT NOIR

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Research and quality are the basis on which all the precise work of selection of Trado product catalog.

Authentic craftsmen, Masters of Taste, which provide day after day, their professionalism in reaching a single goal: to create real treasures, rare and unique.

We are pleased to announce that the Pinot Noir Rosé Cruasé DOCG – Classic Method Quaquarini company has won, even in 2016, the bronze medal to the important contest The global Pinot Noir Masters in London, organized by the international monthly magazine “The Drink Business”. Continue reading

Brezza: Barolo that fascinates

gallery-07-1024x683Winemakers since 1885, a long family tradition

Brezza family owns vineyards among the most renowned in the town of Barolo since 1885. The company was named after Giacomo Brezza who first, with his father Antonio, began in 1910 to bottle wine: a rarity in those days, where wine was sold locally and mainly in bulk.

The farm is located a few steps from the center of the small town of Barolo, surrounded by its charming and characteristic vineyards. Agricultural choices to manage the cultivation, are based on certified organic farming dictates. Continue reading

One word: Barbera

A dream comes true, The Ghignona and its Barbera

A passion for Barbera wine, one of those true passions, that are cause of conditioning and engine of changes and actions. A brotherly and shared dream for Tullio and Alfredo Colombi, crowned by the acquisition of an estate in Monferrato.

Hosting the Tenuta La Ghignona is a natural amphitheater as protection and as security for the creation of the ideal microclimate that makes the wines produced here really special, where the proper ripening of the grapes is gently influenced by the summer sea breeze.

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