For most, Ceretto is predominantly recognized for its extraordinary wines, estate vineyards, exceptional quality, unique and architecturally modern wineries and design. However, upon closer examination you will discover a whole other world, where our homeland, the Lange hills of the Piedmont, stands out with its collection of rare and precious gastronomic gems
The Ceretto family is one of the largest vineyard proprietors in Piedmont with more than 160 hectares of estate-owned vineyards, located primarily in the Langhe and Roero region, including in the prestigious DOCG areas of Barolo and Barbaresco. The Ceretto name is synonymous with estate-grown, carefully produced wines that express true varietal character with purity and elegance. The family owns four wine estates in the Langhe, each devoted to the production of specific wines and each named for its geographic location:
- Bricco Rocche in the village of Castiglione Falletto, where single-vineyard Barolo wines are produced
- Bricco Asili in the village of Barbaresco, home to the single-vineyard Barbaresco wines
- Monsordo Bernardina in Alba, dedicated to the production of wines from the Langhe and Roero areas
- I Vignaioli Santo Stefano, in the village of Santo Stefano Belbo dedicated entirely to the production of Moscato wines
Ceretto was the first in Piedmont to invest in the image of their wine, dedicating careful attention to packaging design and working with creative designers to refashion wine labels and bottles. Through the years, the family’s attention has turned to visual arts outside of packaging, initiating collaborations with famed artists and architects on numerous projects intended to enhance the various family estates.