Located in the heart of Italy’s hilly Langhe region, the Vietti wine cellar was founded in the late 1800s by Carlo Vietti. The estate has grown over time and our vineyards include some of the most highly prized terroirs within the Barolo and Barbaresco wine-growing region. In 2020, Vietti was named Winery of the Year by Essential Guide to Italian Wines. In 2022, our wines were scored highly by Antonio Galloni, James Suckling, Gambero Rosso, Luca Gardini, Wines of Veronelli, Wine & Spirits, Vitae, Wine Spectator, Essential Guide to Wines of Italy, Falstaff, Slow Wine, Bibenda, Tre Bicchieri, Robert Parker, and Vinum.
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The 2019 vintage of Vietti’s owned vineyards was the first vintage in the company’s history certified to European Union (EU) organic standards. Organic certification includes prohibiting genetically modified organisms (GMO), artificial fertilizers, herbicides, and pesticides. Our staff rigorously and meticulously clears weeds by hand, plants cover crops to prevent weed regrowth, and maintains soil fertility every year. Customers will be rewarded with their first taste when the 2019 vintage is released in 2023.
Grapes certified organic
Wines certified vegan
Hectares under vine certified organic
Reusable or recyclable cups and supplies in tasting rooms (by count)
Wine produced from owned vineyards certified organic
Vietti has been committed to minimal environmental impact and enhancing the land. In 2021, our energy and water intensity increased as we rebounded from COVID-19, but our on-site solar photovoltaic (PV) system increased production slightly, as well. In 2019, we eliminated single-use plastic water bottles and instead began providing large water coolers with reusable bottles in the vineyards.