Morra Diego, in the Heart of Barolo
The vineyards and the unspoiled nature reveal the authenticity of Morra Diego, a winery located in rolling hills of Langhe of Barolo, in the Verduno village, in Cuneo, Piedmont. Situated in the central Monvigliero, a famous region of Barolo, the modernized cellar is equipped with many conventional and modern practices for the production of delicious wines. The story of the Morra Diego Winery began in the mid 1990s when Domenico founded the estate. At present, Domenico, along with Antonio and Diego, cultivates top-class grapes on a land of 30 hectares. The vineyards are extended on all sides of the hills in the provinces of Verduno, La Morra and Roddi. Also, 20 hectares of vineyards are dedicated to the cultivation of hazel groves. Over the years, many new techniques have been introduced into the production process of Morra Diego, creating an exceptional range of wines.
Morra Diego, Wines made with Love and Passion
With utmost care and respect for mother nature and territory, the family cultivates broad range grapes, made with Barolo DOCG, Langhe Nebbiolo Doc, and Verduno Pelaverga DOC. They personally take care of the vine cultivation stages. All the vineyards are predominantly cultivated with Nebbiolo. Along with that, other grape varieties are native Dolcetto, Barbera, and particularly Pelaverga, using organic farming methods.
Three Ms as the Symbol of the Winery
The logo of the company consists of three “M,” intertwined together that describes a lot about the family. The first “M” is for Monvigliero, a velvety hill that unites the Verduno with Alba. The second “M” stands for Morra, which describes the history of the family and the third “M” is for Moscow that explains a lot about the roots of the family where the estate’s headquarters exists – Cascina Mosca.