Trediberri is a small hamlet in the westernmost part of La Morra, located in the Langhe hills of Piemonte, close to the Tanaro river. It lies at the extreme western edge of the Barolo region. In 2007, Nicola, his father Federico and their friend Vladimiro, acquired 5 hectares circa (12.5 acres) exclusively for the production of Barolo. The Trediberri winery was born.
Their first wine was released in 2011 and today they vinify wine from 10,5 ha (26 acres) of vineyards: in addition to the original 5 ha (12 acres) in the Berri Cru, they also own 2,8 ha (7 acres) in the Crus of Rocche dell’Annunziata and Torriglione – where they grow Barolo, Barbera and Sauvignon Blanc – and they are currently renting 3 ha (7,5 acres) of Dolcetto and Nebbiolo in Vicoforte, within the most southern village of Langhe Region, at the feet of the Alps. From 2012 until 2017 included, they had the privilege to cultivate another hectare of Nebbiolo for Barolo in the Capalot Cru, in La Morra. Unluckily, from 2018 that contract hasn’t been renewed.
They are a young, artisanal family winery. They have no ancestral coat of arms depicting rampant horses and fluttering ensigns. They have no history and that is fine by them: "we like talking about the present, through our wines."
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