Grimaldi Luigino, a True Family-Run Winery
The Grimaldi Family owns the winery located in Groppone, a long range of hills surrounded with vineyards in the heart of Piedmontese wine country. The history of Grimaldi wines started at the beginning of nineteenth century, when Giuseppe, the grandfather of current owner Luigino, would cultivate dolcetto grapes and sell it to other winemakers. After the second world war, his son started to bottle wines under their family name. Luigino and his father continue to raise the quality of the wines at Grimaldi Luigino, modernizing the production technology and continuing to widen the range of new vines. The Grimaldi family name has become synonymous to some of the best wines in the region.
Winery Exports Spanning the Whole World
The estate owns 12 separate vineyards spread across the area of approximately 30 acres of land in the Alba wines production territory. Grimaldi Luigino grows important grape varieties such as Nebbiolo, Barbera, Dolcetto, Arneis, Chardonnay, Moscato, etc. The family have always shown great passion in care of their vineyards and it can be reflected in the quality of different wine they distribute not just in Italy, but also all over the world in Europe, Americas and Asia.
Learn About the Art of Winemaking
A visit to the family winery will give you an idea of how the wine making traditions have been handed down through the generations and with each new member joining the family business, integrated newer technologies to stay relevant in the modern market. You will also get to taste a wide variety of wines that Grimaldi Luigino Winery produces.