In Piedmont, the Langhe, Roero and Monferrato wine district is an extraordinary territory like few in the world, recognized in 2014 by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.

Surrounded by property vineyards and those that it directly manages in Monferrato and in the Langhe, over time Bonfante & Chiarle has been able to guarantee a safe and constant supply of quality grapes for the production of classic Piedmont wines, a process that observes tradition but also considers the needs of the clientele.


Langhe and Roero are among the most famous regions in the world for the production of quality wines. The Langhe hills are located in the southern part of Piedmont, between the Maritime Alps and the Ligurian Apennines. There are strong and frequent changes in the climate, a characteristic which can also be appreciated in the glass: each harvest is different, producing variations in the structure and sensorial profile of the wines.

The calcareous-clayey soils of the Langhe are more suitable for the production of structured red wines, while the softer and more sandy soil of Roero is perfect for fruity white wines. The geological structure of the Langhe dates back to the Miocene Era (15 million years ago), which has generated soil with more compact sands and rich in limestone clays. On the other hand, Roero is more recent, emerging from marine waters after Langhe, during the Pliocene era of the Tertiary period. Here the soil is made up of sand rich in fossils and sandstone, a type of sedimentary rock deriving from the compacting of the sand. This characteristic generally makes Roero soil soft and absorbent.

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This area is located in south-eastern Piedmont; it includes the entire province of Asti and part of the province of Alessandria. This is a hilly territory: the lower area of Monferrato has gentle slopes, while the higher one is filled with steep slopes and woods. The Barbera grape, the most important black berried grape of Piedmont in terms of cultivation, finds its home in Monferrato.

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