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Marco Marengo

The estate was was founded by the Marengo family in 1899, in La Morra, a province of Cuneo in the region of Piedmont. It was Marco's father Mario who devoted himself to the winery and Marco worked with him for years. Following his father's death in 2001, Marco decided to start up on his own with his wife Jenny. Marco's son Stefano has joined the company and will continue the family's wine-making legacy. With vineyards that have belonged to the family for five generations, covering just over 4 hectares, they are one of the smallest cellars in Barolo, but the vines are planted on two exceptional sites: Bricco delle Viole is one of the most famous Barolo Crus and Le Brunate, a Grand Cru of La Morra, is one of the greatest crus of the Langhe region and is the jewel in Marco's crown. There is also an old vineyard in Valmaggiore, one of the best areas in the Roero zone, that was inherited from Jenny's family, and is planted with Nebbolo. They own an additional small plot, the Pugnane Vineyard in Castiglione Falletto, where Dolcetto and Barbera are cultivated. The age of the vines range from between 15 and 70 years. The wines are made as naturally as possible and small French oak barrels are preferred for aging, culminating in elegant wines for which Marco has gained a swift reputation. Marco Marengo crafts some of the finest wines in the Langhe. These are stylish wines, full of character, and a real treat for Barolo, and Piedmont red wine enthusiasts.