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Cascina Bertolotto owes its origin to the foresight of Giuseppe Travers who, at the end of the nineteenth century, planted the first vineyards on these hills, encouraged by his uncle Francesco, then parish priest in the nearby municipality of Serole, who guided him the production of a mass wine.
The passion for viticulture has been sent through the generations to Virginio, to Cav. Giuseppe and his children. A right combination of innovation and tradition allows you to create a selection of wines, as today, respecting naturalness, characterized by unique and excluded flavors and products.
Cascina Bertolotto is located in Piedmont, in the Municipality of Sprigno Monferrato, at about 400 meters above sea level between lands of ancient wine-growing vocation; the Langa of Asti, the Langa of Cuneo and the Monferrato whose borders are delimited by a milestone located a few kilometers from the cellars.
Not far from the vineyards, the first buttresses of the Ligurian Apennines depart, whose sandstone sediments enrich the soil with a mixture of nutrients that make the final characteristics of the product unique.
Also influencing the environment where the company is located, and the presence of healthy sea breezes which, by safeguarding the vegetation, favor the full maturation of the bunches thus offering the possibility of making continuous late vintages.
All the vineyards of the Cascina look in an east-south-west direction, are arranged in an amphitheater on sloping hilly slopes and immersed in an environment rich in woods interspersed with meadows, hazelnut, almond crops, spontaneous expanses of timeo and gorse and other typical aromatic plants which contribute to shaping a particular favorable ecosystem for the cultivation of the vineyard.

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