Wines

Deltetto

Piedmont (Canale)

Deltetto

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Since 1953 The Deltetto family has produced high quality wines in the areas of Langhe and Roero. The family business is located in Canale and was established by Carlo Deltetto, who began the activity, always respecting nature and the great wine tradition of Piedmont. Since 1977, after his studies on oenology, Carlo’s son, Antonio (together with his wife Graziella, their son Carlo, and their daughters Cristina and Claudia), has run the business, trying to respect his father’s aim.

The production is varied and complete, including the traditional red wines such as the Roero Braja, the Barolo Sistaglia, the Barbera “Rocche delle Marasche” and the Barbera Bramè. With regards to the white wines, the Arneis San Michele, the Arneis Daivej and the Favorita Sarvai are produced and have found their best habitat in the Roero area.

In the last few years The Deltetto family has had many a success, such as with the Passito Bric du Liun, a top quality wine obtained from Arneis grapes, and the production of bubbles through the classic method “champenoise”. This production began with the Extra Brut Millesimato and was then completed with the Brut and the Rosè, wines which combine two of the most famous vines, Nebbiolo and Pinot Nero. Thanks to acknowledgements for the D.O.C.G. 2005 harvest, these wines are now considered to be amongst the most important in Italy.

Deltetto

Left to right Claudia, Antonio, Carlo senior, Graziella,
Cristina and Carlo jr.