Discipline and tradition at Michele Chiarlo
The Michele Chiarlo winery works according to the principles of discipline, tradition, passion, and sustainability. Since 1956, the company has been making wines in Piedmont and introducing their incredible wines to the world. They always respect the traditions and history and make wines using only the local grapes of Monferrato and Langhe. The years of experience in viticulture allow them to grow the best grapes in the best areas of the region.
Manual and sustainable practices at the winery
The vineyards of the region in the hills are beautiful and are considered a World Heritage site for the culture and tradition. The natural conditions of the area are perfect for viticulture, and the vineyards are tended sustainably. The vineyards are located in Asili, Cannubi, Cerequio, La Court, La Serra, Montemareto, Rovereto, Ariotta, Nivole, etc. Nebbiolo, Barbera, Cortese, and Moscato are grown here. All the work is done manually in the vineyards and the cellar both. This helps to protect the environment and preserve the health of their vines for the future.
VIVA Sustainable wine
The grapes are used to make red, white, sparkling, and dessert wines. Michele Chiarlo was one of the first wineries to join VIVA and promote sustainable winemaking. It helps to monitor the production process and make sure the world environment stays safe. Since 2010, the company’s harvest was certified by VIVA, and all the vineyards were also certified in 2016. The winery makes 100% natural and organic Piedmont wines that are loved all over the world.