For most, Ceretto is predominantly recognized for its extraordinary red (and white) wines, estate vineyards, exceptional quality, unique and architecturally modern wineries, and design. However, upon closer examination you will discover a whole other world, where our homeland, the Langa hills of the Piedmont, is protagonist with its collection of rare and precious gastronomic gems.
The denomination “Barolo Chinato” is allowed for the production of aromatized wines with Barolo d.o.c.g. as the base. The origins of this wine belong to the history of Barolo itself and provide a glimpse into the lively reality of the production of Barolo at the end of the 1800’s.
AWARDS This Barolo reflects the most typical style of the wine’s virtuosity and aristocracy. An ethereal nose with aromas of withered roses is accompanied by a slight fragrance of underbrush, making the wine extremely well-balanced and rounded. With its excellent acidity and tannins, this Barolo can expect avery lengthy cellar life, 15-25 years
One falls in love with Blangè, like with a beautiful woman, forever young. The Arneis, among the first ventures undertaken by the Bruno and Marcello Ceretto, has just celebrated its 26th birthday. It was 1985: a time at which it was difficult to envision a white wine in a land of great reds. For Ceretto, however, it was a challenge.
After several years of producing and bottling the varietals separately, in 1997 the original project of the Monsordo Bernardina estate finally came to fruition: to create a great wine from the world’s most important red grape-varieties (Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Merlot)