• Founded in 1878 by Italy’s Royal Family, the winery that gave Barolo its nickname: “King of Wines, Wine of Kings.” • One of the earliest producers and champions of Barolo and one of the first to ship the wines beyond Italy’s borders together with Borgogno (p.27). Boutique winery, total production of 5000 cases. • Vineyards in Serralunga d’Alba commune, one of the appellation’s top growing zones. • The estate’s production has been 100 percent certified organic since the 2018 harvest. • Producer of top crus Lazzarito and Paiagallo, known for their depth, nuance, and immense aging potential. • Strictly traditional vinification and style, with wines that have classic notes of earth and “rose petal,” hallmarks of great Nebbiolo. • Submerged cap fermentation with extended maceration times. • Known for distinctive terroir-driven wines that embody the essence of Barolo, a wine that should always speak of “place.”

Barolo is called “the king of wines and wine of kings” be- cause of the Mirafiore estate and its historic association with Italy’s royal family. The beauti- ful winery and estate are one of Piedmont’s most popular wine tourism destinations.


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