With 900 hectares covering parts of Monferrato, Langhe, and Roero, cultivated by 140 associates, Araldica cultivates and manages the most extensive vineyard of Piedmont. A privilege the company of Castel Boglione has chosen to place at the centre of its winegrowing decisions, while valorising the production of each individual vineyard and safeguarding a winegrowing and landscape heritage now comprised in the Unesco List of World Heritage Sites.
A short supply chain
Partners rather than bottlers. Originally set up as a winegrowers’ cooperative society, today Araldica directly follows and coordinates the activities of its associates whose aim is to harvest the highest quality grapes for the production of wines, which are also very approachable and pleasant to drink. From the grape to the bottle, each operation is handled internally to guarantee consumers a short supply chain, which makes for greater safety and a higher quality