Passion for Viticulture
Over the years, the wines produced by Cascina Bertolotto have reached an important place in the lists of the best restaurants, and in the cellars of those who love excellent Italian wines.
Cascina Bertolotto owes its origin to the foresight of Giuseppe Traversa, who at the end of the 19th century planted the first vineyards on these hills, encouraged by his uncle Francesco, pastor of the nearby village of Serole, who suggested he produce Wine for Mass.
The passion for viticulture has been passed down through the generations to Virginio, Cavalier Giuseppe and his children.
A right combination of innovation and tradition that contributes today, under the aegis of the Galantini family, to the birth of a selection of wines in respect of genuineness, characterized by unique and exclusive flavors and aromas.
A Unique Terroir, an Exclusive Wine
Cascina Bertolotto is located in Piedmont, in Spigno Monferrato, at an altitude of 400 meters, between lands of ancient wine vocation: the Astigian Langa, the Cuneese Langa and the Monferrato whose borders are bordered by a milestone located a few kilometers from the cellars.
Not far from the vineyards, the first buttresses of the Ligurian Apennine, whose sands sediments enrich the soil with a mixture of nutritional elements that in turn make the final characteristics of the product unique.
Also influencing the environment in which the farm has been located is the presence of healthy sea breezes that, safeguarding the vegetation, favor the full maturation of the grapes, offering the possibility of continuous late harvests.
All the vineyards of the estate face to the east, southwest and are arranged to amphitheatre on descending hilly declids, immersed in an environment rich in woods interspersed with meadows, hazelnut and almond crops, spontaneous expanses of wild thyme, gorse and other typical aromatic plants that help to shape an ecosystem particularly favorable for the cultivation of vines.