News and events

We welcome visits to the winery, but by appointment only. Please contact us by phone at +39 0173 50835, or by email This will help us to get organized so that you can enjoy your visit with us.
22th JULY 2017
A wine and food event in unique locations, with dishes prepared by the best Chefs in La Morra, served with Barolo of La Morra wine producers and live music.
27th AUGUST 2017
4km non-competitive enogastronomic hike along the wine pathway of La Morra (CN)

2013 Elio Altare Barolo Arborina 96 points 2013 Elio Altare Barolo UnoperUno 95 points 2013 Elio Altare Barolo 93 points 2014 Elio Altare Langhe Larigi 89 points       2011 Elio Altare Barolo 93 Points 2011 Elio Altare Barolo Arborina 94 Points 2011 Elio Altare Barolo Unoperuno 95 Points 2011 Elio Altare Barolo Brunate 95 Points 2011 Elio Altare Barolo Cannubi 92 Points 2009 Elio Altare Barolo Cerretta 97 Points 2012 Elio Altare Langhe Larigi 91 Points 2012 Elio Altare Langhe Giàrborina 93 Points 2012 Elio Altare Langhe La Villa 92 Points 2012
Several years in the making, this side-by-side retrospective of Elio Altare’s Barolo Arborina and Langhe Arborina provided the backdrop for an exploration of the career of one of Piedmont’s most ambitious growers. Known for taking a chainsaw to his father’s old casks in a fit of desperation, Elio Altare is one of the architects of what is often referred to as the “modern” school in Barolo, a movement created by a group of young growers in the 1980s who wanted to shake up Piedmont’s sleepy establishment. Although Altare has made dazzling wines for decades, wh
OCTOBER NEWS   ELIO ALTARE BAROLO 2010 #1 Among The New York Times - Dining - Food Top 10 wines "[...] our No. 1 from Elio Altare, complex, structured, pure and nuanced. Altare has been foremost among the innovators in Barolo, often cited as a contrasting figure to the arch-traditionalist Bartolo Mascarello (the two producers were paradoxically good friends). But, even though our taste on the panel runs toward the traditionalists, we all loved this wine, which seemed classically shaped with no evidence of aromas or flavors from barriques" - Eric Asimov, in Good Barolo come
2nd of June 2016
Labor of Love: Wine Family Women of Piemonte by Suzanne Hoffman   In Labor of Love: Wine Family Women of Piemonte, Suzanne Hoffman tells the stories of 22 wine families - including ours - rooted for generations in Piemonte’s Langhe, Roero, and Monferrato regions. The book includes over 200 photographs, many of which came from the families, and genealogies she prepared with each family. It’s a first of its kind look, filled with many behind-the-label stories, some of which were never told in print before. It’s the perfect pairing to a great bottle of Piemonte wine! 
For the first time on the big screen "Barolo Boys, The Story of a Revolution" tells the fascinating story of Barolo wine and how it exploded as a world phenomenon.   Barolo' s current success is mainly due to the courage and the initiative of this group of small wine makers, the so-called Barolo Boys  
To know and understand more about L’ Insieme and the charity foundation, please take a minute to read this essay it has been written by Dan George, a wine lover, a writer, a friend from New Mexico   you can follow Dan on his wine blog at:     L' Insieme   The self is not singular, it is the summation of its universal parts. This can be felt in acts of philanthropy and benefaction. The L’Insieme association is a wine growers initiative and charitable organization founded in 1997 by Elio Altare one of Europe’s
Although Elio Altare is best known for the superb Barolos he crafts from the Arborina and Brunate vineyards, his entire range is among the most consistently brilliant in Italy. This truly once in a lifetime retrospective tasting traced the development of Altare’s Vigna Larigi, an old-vine Barbera made from a  tiny one-hectare plot on the Arborina hillside. For the occasion Altare opened every vintage of Larigi from 1985 to 2006 - with the exception of the 1983 and 1984, which could not be located – a rare event by any measure, most importantly because Altare himself had never