“The Marchesi Falletti were the ones to first create that kind of wine that we now know as Barolo at the beginning of the 1800s,” declared Domenico Massè, director of the Barolo College, at the end of the 19th century. This historical Barolo winery has been run by the Abbona family for five generations. The wine selection, coming from the 200 estate-owned hectares, is varied and representative of the principal Piedmontese wine-producing areas. In the Roero, the winery holds 3.9 hectares that belong to the denomination, all planted with Arneis, produced under one single label.

DOCG-Denomination wines:

  • Roero Arneis: from vineyards located in Corneliano, Monteu Roero and Vezza d’Alba (from the Bricco Bastia and Valpura vineyards). It ages in stainless steel vats (sur lie) for 3 to 6 months, with a total annual production of about 35,000 bottles.

Marchesi di Barolo

  • Address: Via Alba, 12
  • Zip Code: 12060
  • Municipality: Barolo (CN)
    (Out border)
  • Telephone: 0173 564400
  • Email: info@marchesibarolo.com
  • Website: www.marchesibarolo.com