Region: Piemonte, Diano D'Alba, Italy
Winemaking process: Wild yeasts fermented with daily pumping of the must over the cap for at least 20/30 days, then wine is drawn off into casks of French oak and second/third-fill French oak barriques
Size: 750 ml
Food pairing: Soups, first courses, red and white meats, medium-mature cheeses
Camparo Nebbiolo D'Alba DOC 2018
About The Producer
Products from the same winemaker
- Camparo 'Boiolo' Barolo DOCG 2016
- Camparo 'Qui e Ora' Langhe Rosato DOC 2019
- Camparo Langhe Bianco DOC 2019
- Camparo Langhe Rosso DOC 2016
The company is situated in the heart of Langhe, in Diano d’Alba district, known for his famous Dolcetto, few kilometres from its own Capital, Alba.
Camparo is the name of the farm owned by the family Drocco since 1938, already at the third generation.
Today the company has an area of about 16 hectares distributed between vines (8ha.) and hazelnut trees, among the towns of Diano d’Alba, Grinzane Cavour and La Morra, Piedmont.
In 2000 they decided to convert the company into organic farming and even now they are firmly convinced of this choice.
In the vineyards and hazel fields are therefore banned all synthetic products: fertilizers, vine treatments must be the strictly natural origin.
In addition to this, they try to preserve the natural habitat of the plants, for example in the rows is not hard to find examples of Orchid Maggiore, a wild orchid that grows wild.