Manera Fratelli, a Winery in the Midst of Beautiful Alpine Scenery
Manera Fratelli is located in the beautiful village of San Rocco Seno d’Elvio in the Piedmont Region. It establishes at a short-drive distance of 5km from Alba and is pretty close to the Langhe, Roero, and Monferrato. The appealing vineyards cover approximately 20 hectares of the land. The cluster of vineyards situates near the Maritime Alps and the Ligurian Apennines that gives the winery a mesmerizing look.
Manera Fratelli, the Collaboration of Two Brothers
The cultivation of vines in Manera Fratelli began in the year 1950. Two brothers Franco and Luciano started the family-business to grow and sell quality grapes. As time passed, they expanded the winery and introduced various other varieties of vines to their vineyards. In 2005, Gabriele, Daniele, and Carlo – three oenologist and sons of the family – joined the business and started producing their wines. Presently, they use traditional as well as modern methods of wine production to deliver rich-quality wines.
Nebbiolo, Barbera and Other Gems of Piedmont
With utmost care of vineyards, the production staff uses organic fertilizers and green harvesting to achieve an optimal ripeness and to be able to produce exceptional wines. In the winery, they cultivate various types of grapes, including Nebbiolo and Barbera, along with unique Arneis, Moscato, and Dolcetto. The microclimatic conditions enhance the aromatic concentrations of the vines. At Manera Fratelli, production of high-end red, white, and sparkling wines in combination with palatable rosé and dessert wines is the utmost priority. Every year, the winery produces approximately 30,000 bottles of wines. Plan a wine trip to Manera Fratelli and enjoy the taste of luscious wines around the lovely countryside.