Monchiero is a family business that has been producing wine independently since the 1950s. The winery is located in the famous Barolo region. Currently Vittorio (father), Daniela (mother), Luca (son) & Stefano (son) run the family business. In addition to Roero Arneis and dry Moscato, Monchiero only makes red wines such as Barolo, Langhe Nebbiolo & Barbera D’Alba. Their wines are very traceable and are characterized by their fruitiness and elegance.
In Castiglione Falletto, in the heart of the Barolo region, the Monchiero family began their wine journey in the 1950s through the work of the brothers Remo and Maggiorino. The brothers then lived in the nearby village of La Morra. At first they only sold grapes, then they decided to make wine themselves. And so the journey continued until, in the 1970s, bottled wine was launched on the market: the “gold” of the Langa – Barolo for foreign countries (US), the young wines for Italy.
In the 1980s, Vittorio Monchiero, son of Maggiorino, graduated from the University of Viticulture in Alba and gradually became more involved in the business expanded by his father and uncle. After marrying his wife Daniela, he took over the wine cellar and marketing in the 1990s. He also traveled and attended trade shows all over the world. Tradition and innovation have left their mark; production grew, not least thanks to the purchase of great terroirs. With his wife Daniela he had 2 sons: Luca & Stefano. Daniela is currently looking after their B&B while Vittorio is the winemaker.
In 2017, his eldest son Luca joined the family winery, while Stefano, his second born, attended secondary school of agricultural sciences to continue the family tradition: that of Barolo. Luca is mainly concerned with growing and maintaining the vines. Stefano is also involved in the growth of the vines and also designs the labels.