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  • Portraits of Tenuta Carretta: Elisabetta Asteggiano

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    Originally from Diano d'Alba, a collaborator with the Terre Miroglio Group since 2012, Elisabetta Asteggiano has been an administrative employee at Tenuta Carretta since 2015.   Elisabetta, what path brought you to Tenuta Carretta?  The path of life! I used to work in a software company; by luck and word of mouth, I found out about the open position and applied - the rest is...

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  • Tenuta Carretta at Grandi Langhe 2024

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    Once again this year, we are excited to meet you at the eighth edition of Grandi Langhe, an event gathering over 300 wineries from Piedmont for a preview of the new vintages of the DOCG and DOC wines of Langhe and Roero. It will be an opportunity for professionals and trade operators to get together and taste the great wines of the Langhe, including new vintages of our Barolo DOCG, Barbaresco...

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  • Our best wishes for a happy holiday season!

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    Tenuta Carretta wishes you all a cheerful Christmas and a New Year full of discoveries and success. May your holidays be just like a good wine: memorable and full of character!   Cheers to you and your loved ones and best wishes from our team. 

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  • It’s A Sparkling December With Our Metodo Classico Wines

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    It’s time for celebrating – the perfect occasion to open our sparkling wines!   From the high hills of the spectacular Alta Langa and the Nebbiolo vineyards around Alba, Airali Brut, Airali Pas Dosé and Cuvée San Rocco are here to take us on a bubbly journey into the artisanal tradition of Metodo Classico winemaking.  Alta Langa DOCG: Airali Brut and Airali Pas Dosé At Cissone, in...

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  • Barolo or Barbaresco?

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    Un'immagine di vendemmia nel vigneto Cannubi, a Barolo (CN)

    Two wines, one grape: Barolo and Barbaresco are the two most well-known expressions of Nebbiolo from the Langhe region. Both obtained the DOCG recognition in 1980 and are icons of the Italian winemaking tradition, but they have distinctive characteristics and expressions that set them apart when tasted. What are the differences between the King and the Prince of Langhe?  PRODUCTION...

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