Cantine Manfredi

HISTORY
It started in 1930s when Giuseppe, named Pin, bought vineyards and farmhouses around Langhe and began delivering his wine in the valleys around Cuneo and in Liguria, using his wagon with horse.
In the 80s his sons Aldo and Gino expanded the company all around the world, selling wines in all the European countries as well as in Japan, Canada, USA, China.
Today Aldo and his family work together with a capable group of people - many of them have worked in Cantine Manfredi since decades -: quality of the wines and passion for this job being the first target to reach.
THE LAND
Manfredi’s winery is located in the heart of the beautiful landscape of rolling hills called Langhe -World Heritage Sites UNESCO since 2014 -, where just the best exposed areas are planted with vines: this is the case of Bricco Rosso’ hill, where the microclimate gives well-balanced and full body wines.
The word “bricco” comes from “bric” which is, in Piedmontese dialect, the hill: on top of Bricco Rosso hill is situated Manfredi’s farmyard with a beautiful view on Langhe and Alps all around; early renovated, it is now a pleasant place to relax while visiting the area or spending even just one day on special occasions.
HISTORY

It started in 1930s when Giuseppe, named Pin, bought vineyards and farmhouses around Langhe and began delivering his wine in the valleys around Cuneo and in Liguria, using his wagon with horse.

In the 80s his sons Aldo and Gino expanded the company all around the world, selling wines in all the European countries as well as in Japan, Canada, USA, China.

Today Aldo and his family work together with a capable group of people - many of them have worked in Cantine Manfredi since decades -: quality of the wines and passion for this job being the first target to reach.



THE LAND

Manfredi’s winery is located in the heart of the beautiful landscape of rolling hills called Langhe -World Heritage Sites UNESCO since 2014 -, where just the best exposed areas are planted with vines: this is the case of Bricco Rosso’ hill, where the microclimate gives well-balanced and full body wines.
The word “bricco” comes from “bric” which is, in Piedmontese dialect, the hill: on top of Bricco Rosso hill is situated Manfredi’s farmyard with a beautiful view on Langhe and Alps all around; early renovated, it is now a pleasant place to relax while visiting the area or spending even just one day on special occasions.

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