While the Galandrino family attended their own vineyards for generations, it was not until the year 2000 that Susanna and her husband Alberto decided to sell their winery equipment business to return to their roots. In the process, they recovered vineyards in the Nizza, the heart of the Monferrato region in Piedmont, which was declared a World Heritage Zone by UNESCO in 2015. Nizza is famous for the outstanding quality of the Barbera wines. Since 2004, Susanna and Alberto farm their land following organic principles. They see their wines as ambassadors of the warmth and soul of their terroir.
“Located in beautiful Nizza in the Monferrato region of Piedmont, Susanna and her husband Alberto resumed control over their family’s vineyards in 2000, setting out to produce outstanding Barbera wines and delightful specialties such as Brachetto and Moscato d’Asti. The wines reflect their personalities – humble, unassuming, and delightful!”