CategoryHospitality

  • Season Greetings!

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    in Winery, Hospitality, Wines

    Tenuta Carretta wishes you all to spend a wonderful Christmas surrounded by the affection and warmth of those you love most! - Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from all our team.

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  • The most awarded wines of Tenuta Carretta

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    It is with  pride and joy that we share some of the recognitions we garnered from international critics this 2022. The excellent performance in 2021 is confirmed this year as well: an acknowledgement of our steadfast commitment to uphold quality. We can certainly affirm that Tenuta Carretta’s wines are in excellent shape and have conquered the top ranks. Among the most remarkable...

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  • Barolo Cannubi and Agnolotti del Plin

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    Plin ai tre arrosti

    Agnolotti del Plin ai tre arrosti is one of the traditional Piedmont dishes served during the holidays.   This extraordinary, sumptuous and delicious dish requires a lot of time and patience to be prepared. But once it arrives at the table, it unveils the grandeur of local cuisine (as well as its unique flavor, which immediately recalls Piedmont).  When winter comes, Plin ai tre arrosti...

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  • Portraits of Tenuta Carretta: Marco Sassano

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    Marco Sassano

    Martial arts enthusiast, comic book designer, anatomist. Sales agent, sommelier, educator. Manager, wine seller and currently Tenuta Carretta’s Sales Director for Italy. It’s hard to describe Marco Sassano in a few words because he is a very passionate individual who is always eager to learn more.   «A popular saying states that “you reap what you sow”», Marco says. «As for me,...

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  • Welcome to Campofranco!

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    Tenuta Carretta welcomes a new label: the Langhe Doc Riesling "Campofranco" The stone terraces found in the territory prove that viticulture was once present in Alta Langa. We are in the southern part of the Langhe, towards the Ligurian Apennines, an environment that has always been challenging for the vine due to the high elevation of the hills (which reach almost 800 m asl), exposure to...

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