Though the Ghisolfi family have been growing grapes and making wine in Barolo since the 1600s, there was a forty-year hiatus for them during the last century when third parties tended their plots.
In 1998, they took their family plots back under the family's wing. The vineyards have been rejuvenated, the wines are flying now, everything is as it should be.
Their two sites straddle the line between Castiglione Falletto and Monforte, on a bed of marly-clayey limestone soils.
Only around 2500 bottles of Nebbiolo are made each year of these spectacular wines.
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