Manfredi Aldo- Family Winery in the Langhe Region
The roots of the Manfredi Aldo are in the Langhe, and the family has been passionately making for more than a hundred years here. Nicolao Manfredi started winemaking at the start of the twentieth century, and the owner’s dad, Giuseppe, turned the love for wines into a business. He started helping his father in the cellar and helping in deliveries in the 60s. Many partnerships and collaborations were formed, and their wines were exported to the United States, China, Japan, Canada, and other European countries.
Winery located in the UNESCO World Heritage Site
Currently, he, along with his wife, Gianfranca, and daughters, Paola and Luisa, continue the family tradition of making high-quality wines and protecting their terroir and natural environment of the region. The Langhe is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has rolling hills, white marl, and blue tuff soil, along with a unique microclimate that is perfect for the growth and cultivation of vines.
At the top of the Bricco Rosso hill is their recently renovated family farmhouse that offers stunning views of the Alps and the Langhe.
Winery working with the Highest Standards of Food Safety
A lot of attention is given to environmental protection, and chemical fertilizers are used minimally. Energy is generated by using a photovoltaic system that reduces the emission of carbon dioxide into the air. In their vineyards, Dolcetto, Barbera, Moscato, and Dolcetto grapes varieties grow. The grapes are handpicked and used to make their red, white, rose, sparkling, and dessert wines. Manfredi Aldo winery works with the highest standards of food safety according to the HACCP, and there is an identity card on each wine that tells about the history of the wine bottle.