• Located in in the village of La Morra, at the heart of the Barolo DOCG appellation • The vineyards are 100% Certified Organically Farmed since 2013 and no herbicides, pesticides, and fungicides are used • Efficient and sustainable cultivation techniques: Cordero received the Unesco World Heritage Friends Certificate for providing a wonderful example of integrated architecture where antique structures blend harmoniously with innovative restoration works • Great whites: age-worthy, complex Chardonnay and young, fresh Arneis. • Signature Reds: age-worthy Barolos that slowly and continuously evolve in the bottle, the Monfalletto Barolo, a multiple vineyards Barolo blend, is winery’s masterpiece of unique elegance and finesse • Altogether, the family owns and makes wine from 56 hectares of land (135 acres), all estate-owned and managed. Among these, a hilly amphitheater of 28 hectares is planted to Nebbiolo to produce Barolo. • Dolcetto, Barbera, and Arneis are planted on the northern- facing side of the hill. • In 1965, the Cordero family purchased two hectares in the Villero cru, one of Barolo’s most coveted growing sites from which is produced flagship wine Barolo Enrico VI • Elevation average of 300 meters above sea level (1000 feet) • Soil complex and rich in clay and limestone.
The famous Lebanon cedar planted at the highest point of Cordero di Montezemolo’s Monfalletto estate in La Morra is one of the symbols of the Barolo appellation and one of the Langhe Hills’ most iconic landmarks. It’s even used by the Italian air force for navigation.
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