Pietro Rinaldi- Winery with a Combination of Family Traditions and Modern Technology
The Pietro Rinaldi wine farm is present in the hills of Alba in Madonna di Como, of the famous Langhe region. The family’s roots at this property date back to around 1920 through their great-grandfather Pietro and grandfather Costanzo.
The Langhe is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is famous worldwide.
The winery has been in the business for four generations and making wines with a combination of family traditions and modern technology. The experienced team does quality work in the vineyards and keeps a check on each step during winemaking.
Their Unique Cellar and Terroir
The vineyards located around Cascina have a unique terroir with clayey soil with white marls and clay substrate. The main grape varietals that grow here are Barbera, Dolcetto, Nebbiolo, Moscato, and Arneis. Almost all the work is done using eco-friendly, organic methods. Harvesting is mostly manual, and there is no use of pesticides or fertilizers. This helps to protect the vineyards and the health of the environment. The new cellar is partly underground and has the latest machinery. Fermentation of wines takes place at controlled temperatures, and grapes are destemmed with a soft roller. Pietro Rinaldi produces high-quality red, white, rose, and dessert wines.
Winery using Sustainable and Organic Methods
The Pietro Rinaldi winery is certified by the Green Experience that aims to protect the hills of Langhe.
As a result, the winery uses sustainable and organic methods, which are mostly manual and without the use of chemicals. It helps them to make natural wines that have a distinct taste and showcase the qualities of their famous terroir.