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Rovellotti

Rovellotti’s winery stands in the Alto Piedmont countryside and represents one of the highest quality expressions of local production – it’s been awarded numerous times. It was founded by Antonello and Paolo Rovellotti in 1972 in the heart of the ancient Gothic Rectuary, a fortified medieval castle that once was a wine supplier of the Corte degli Sforza. The vineyard consists of 25 hectares and develops on the first morainic hill of Ghemme in the Baraggiole subarea. The Rovellotti winery is firmly anchored to the wine-growing traditions of the area,

The Rovellotti winery is firmly anchored to the wine-growing traditions of the area, however it has always shown openness to new ideas: the vineyards most concentrated on the production are Nebbiolo, Vespolina, Rare Grape and Erbaluce, but there is also an experiment with the Cabernet, the Merlot and the Pinot Noir. The soil on which the vines grow, is rich in red clays to ph acid, thus guaranteeing excellent growth of the grapes. In addition, chemical treatments are reduced to the indispensable, in a sense of honest respect for the environment. The Rovellotti family carries out its wine-growing business according to the rules and techniques handed down by a 600-year tradition that sees in technological innovation a solid continuity. The most important reds, such as the Ghemme Chioso of the Pomi, are left to be sharpened for long in oak barrels in the historic cellars inside the Castle. All Rovellotti wines have in common a great clarity and cleanness, personality and typicality, are wines that can thrill.

The soil on which the vines grow, is rich in red clays to ph acid, thus guaranteeing excellent growth of the grapes. In addition, chemical treatments are reduced to the indispensable, in a sense of honest respect for the environment. The Rovellotti family carries out its wine-growing business according to the rules and techniques handed down by a 600-year tradition that sees in technological innovation a solid continuity. The most important reds, such as the Ghemme Chioso of the Pomi, are left to be sharpened for long in oak barrels in the historic cellars inside the Castle. All Rovellotti wines have in common a great clarity and cleanness, personality and typicality, are wines that can thrill.

All Rovellotti wines have in common great clarity, personality and authenticity.

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