Winemaking Nestled in the UNESCO Heritage
The Fratelli Calorio Winery locates in a small town in Roero, in the north-west of Italy in a UNESCO World Heritage Site along with Langhe and Monferrato. The vineyards of the winery sit on a beautiful wine-growing area of Piedmont. The philosophy of this family-owned winery, Fratelli Calorio, follows the attachment to the roots, the passion and the desire to constantly improve. The story of Fratelli Calorio Winery dates back to the 1950s. Later, Pier Vittorio, along with his brother and wife, continued the family business with a passion for producing the finest wines. Since 2011, Andrea, the son of Pier Vittori owns the winery and has decided to give a new face to the company.
Fratelli Calorio, a Yield Reduction and Modern Technique
The philosophy of Andrea is to produce the highest quality wines through smaller yields of the vines and modern winemaking equipment.
Experience a Colorful Bouquet of Grape Varieties at the Winery
At Fratelli Calorio, the owner cultivates the finest quality vines, including Arneis, Dolcetto, Barbera, Nebbiolo. They produce a rich-quality red, white, and sparkling wines. One may want to discover the taste of the finest wines with harmonious structure, that is, made from both purchased and self-cultivated grapes.