Poderi Gianni Gagliardo, in the Heart of Langhe
Poderi Gianni Gagliardo is located in La Morra in the region of Barolo. The lush vineyards stand in the Piedmontese appellation areas of Roero, Barolo, and Langhe. The Langhe vineyards cover an area of about 26 acres and the Roero vineyards extends over a land of about 23 acres.
Poderi Gianni Gagliardo, Biodynamic Production in the Winery
Over the years, the owners at Poderi Gianni Gagliardo have managed their vineyards with biodynamic principles and a holistic approach. The winery holds the title of a certified organic wine producer. The history of the Gianni Gagliardo Winery dates back to the middle of 19th century. Over many years, the ownership of the winery has passed to many generations of Colla Family. In 1847, the family began the cultivation of vines in the Santo Stefano Belbo region of Piedmont. In 1972 Paolo’s daughter, Marivanna, married Gianni Gagliardo and the couple helped Paolo to extend his winemaking business.
Experience Wines Made with a Lot of Respect for Nature
At present, three sons of Gianni operate the estate with traditional methods in respect to nature. The brothers take care of every production process from the grape cultivation to the aging. Stefano is the prime winemakers of the estate while Alberto manages all the production stages at the vineyards. Paolo, the third son of Gianni, is in-charge of routinely winery operations. The production staff at Poderi Gianni Gagliardo takes great care of each vine type as every variety varies dramatically from the others. They plant a vast array of grapes, including fruity Barbera, Nebbiolo, and Dolcetto, combined with unique Favorita, Arneis, and Moscato. At Gianni Gagliardo, they produce rich-quality organic red, white and rosé wines.