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Matteo Correggia Roero

Roero’s inspirational grower died tragically in June 2001. His legacy from 14 years of undinting effort is Nebbiolo and Barbera of unprecedented quality from the ‘other’ (northern) side of the River Tanaro. Ornella Correggia is now assisted by Luca Rostagno in her efforts to maintain quality. Both Nebbiolo and Barbera undergo a relatively short maceration […]

Cascina Val del Prete Roero

Mario Roagna has transformed the grapes from 8 ha of family vineyards into a small fine range of wines in recent years, maximising the potential from a natural amphitheatre of vines first worked, then purchased back in 1977, by his late father, Lino (Bartolomeo). Over the years, farming has been organic and fermentation is only […]

Cascina Chicco Roero

The Faccenda brothers, Enrico and Marco, have 20 ha from which a broad range of good-quality Langhe wines are produced. An excellent Barbera is usually better than anything else – a suave, spicy and scented Bric Loira that is aged in barriques. However in the best years for Nebbiolo this is rivalled by a fine […]

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