The Barale Farm has its roots back in 1870 when the Barolo wine promoted by the Marquises Falletti and Camillo Benso, Count of Cavour, had recently appeared in the Langhe. Francesco Barale, great-grandfather of the current owner, was among the pioneers of the production of this successful wine. Today it is Sergio Barale and his daughters Eleonora and Gloria who collect the centuries-old family experience.
"Because we believe in the harmony between viticulture and the environment, we have converted the entire company to organic farming. Spontaneous grassing of the rows, fertilization with natural manure, manual weeding, the exclusive use of copper and sulfur-based products, are some of the vineyard management practices adopted to safeguard native flora and fauna and keep the soil naturally fertile."
In the cellar, the vinification and aging processes are aimed at producing harmonious wines in which the characteristics of the grape variety and the area of origin emerge.