The vineyards form the heritage, the beating heart of Bruna Grimaldi Azienda Agricola. Bruna and Franco have always believed in this land and, with hard work and dedication, in the past 20 years have bought plots in different municipalities in the Barolo area, all of them being well suited to the Nebbiolo and Barbera vines.
Our winery owns 15 hectares planted with vines, divided between small and large plots. The fragmentation of the vineyards is one of the strengths of our business because it allows us to offer high quality from the different terroirs that make up the Langhe where microclimates, soils and exposures conveys important and unique characteristics to the wines.
Our family have always farmed uniquely indigenous grape varieties: Arneis, very old native grape to this region and the only white grape of our winery; Dolcetto, Barbera and Nebbiolo are the red grapes. These grape varieties are spread over different villages in the Barolo region and the neighbouring municipalities.
The Barolo vineyards
Bruna Grimaldi winery owns vineyards in the northern and eastern part of the Barolo area. We farm the following MGAs: Badarina, Bricco Ambrogio, Raviole, Borzone, Roere di Santa Maria, San Lorenzo di Verduno. Two main types of terroir dominate the region: Formazioni di Lequio and Marne di Sant’Agata fossili, which are an important discriminator for the Barolos we produce.