Famous winery in Piedmont
The Ca’Brusa wine estate is in Piedmont’s Monforte d’Alba hills that was named such because of the defense and military architecture of the place. The agrotourism winery here has major links with Langhe and other nearby major locations. There is a natural amphitheater here inaugurated in 1986 by a famous pianist that consists of a wall and the Scaampi Gardens portal. Many concerts, dramas, and other film screening take place here. Tourists are welcome here who will be joined by local guides to explore the territory and relish the rich wine culture of the region.
Best conditions for viticulture
The winery is located in the best location of the region that features the best climatic conditions for the growth and cultivation of vines. The soil, microclimate, temperature variations, sunlight exposure, etc. help grow high-quality grapes used to make their wines. The vines grow in various parts named Cunca d’Or, Francesca, Vigna d’Vai, and Briccolino. Langhe Nascetta, Nebbiolo da Barolo, Barbera d’Alba, and Dolcetto d’Alba are the grapes grown here and used to make their delicious red and white wines.
Top-level winemaking at the winery
All the grapes are handpicked and taken to the winery for vinification. Fermentation takes place at controlled temperatures in stainless steel tanks. Oak barrels are used to age the wines to attain the required taste, aroma, and structure. Visitors are welcome here to explore the region and taste their wines. The farm features accommodation for guests to stay and spend their vacation. Relax in Ca’Brusa’s world of wine and have a nice time.