Since 1956, the Piedmonte winemaker Michele Chiarlo has made superior Barberas and high quality Barolos that today are consistently among the most renowned expressions of these wines. Over the years, Michele Chiarlo has realized a success and recognition brought by constant pursuit of quality.
The Langhe is a visually breathtaking area in North West Italy of rolling hills planted to vineyards and hazelnut trees. Fall is the best time to experience this Unesco World Heritage Site; the already stunning landscape transforms in a colourful patchwork of orange, red, and rust leaves; the excitement of truffle season and grape harvest is in the air. Here Nebbiolo is the star grape and its ethereal bouquet of dried flowers, leaves and forest floor is to me the sensory expression of the comforts and coziness of the fall season.
The winery is 100% family owned and operated, showcasing only local, single varietal expressions of terroir- no international grapes and no blends. The family specializes in 4 grapes that are considered to be the greatest native varietals of Piedmont: Nebbiolo, Barbera, Cortese and Moscato.