Cascina Bruni, Vines Grow Along the Tanaro River
Cascina Bruni Winery, located in Serralunga d’Alba, is a UNESCO World Heritage site in the Piedmont region. The estate covers an area of 90 hectares among fields, coppice woods and vineyards clinging to the rolling hills that surround it. The vineyards and cellars locate on the Langhe to the south and east of the Tanaro river in the province of Cuneo. The lush vineyards extend up to a land of 12 hectares, where the winery grows its high-quality vines.
A Winery for Ten Generations
Giuseppe Luigi Veglio of Castelletto bought La Favorita in 1897, an estate built in the year 1400. He then converted La Favorita into a family winery of wine production. Since then, more than nine generations have operated the estate. Presently, Cristiano Maria, assisted by his brother Fulvio owns the winery. From vineyards to cellars, the owner takes care of all the refining and bottling processes scrupulously followed by traditional methods.
Cascina Bruni, Where Tradition and Modern Meet
The Cascina Bruni Family began their cultivation with one kind of vines of Nebbiolo. Today, they grow a vast range of grapes, including unique Muscat, Barbera, and Dolcetto. They also grow high-end Arneis and Timorass. Cascina Bruni uses traditional as well as modern technologies to produce high-quality red wines. The award-winning wines of Cascina Bruni such as the Grand Vin of Sot-Monopole and La Fleur de Sot, give prestige to the estate as they are recognized globally for their creations. If you love wine and want to add memorable wine experiences in your life, plan a short vacation to the historical land of Cascina Bruni.