Founded in 1980 by the Bragiotti family, Tenuta Mazzoliino, whose name means “meeting point,” and it’s 22 hectares are the intersection of the Italian family’s present day heritage and French roots. Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, the flagship grapes of Burgundy, flourish here under winemaker, and University of Burgundy graduate, Jean-François Coquard’s guidance.

Pinot Noir and Chardonnay are planted next to Cabernet Sauvignon and Bonarda, the native grape of this region, o the clay and limestone hills alongside the river Po with northeast and northwest exposition, creating favorable microclimates for their growth.

Low yields per hectare, severe pruning, naturally grassing over the vineyards and the absence of chemical fertilizers are the basis for obtaining great quality wines.

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