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Castiglione Falletto, Piedmont • Italy

The Cavallotto family have been at the forefront of Barolo since 1929. In 1948, they began bottling their own wine, and were the first to do so in Castiglione Falletto. Now the estate’s fourth generation—Laura, Giuseppe, and Alfio— continue to honor and improve upon what this 25-hectare estate has always delivered.

large wooden wine barrels

The exquisite land of Bricco Boschis and Vignolo houses the vineyards, which are completely owned by the Cavallotto family. This monopole is essential to the profound nature of the Cavallotto wines. The land reaches 300 meters above sea level and rests on the famous calcareous marl soils that are so important to the wines of the region. In addition to the location, long gentle skin macerations and neutral barrels result in honest and thoughtful wines.


Langhe Chardonnay

Langhe “Pinner” Vino Bianco

Dolcetto d’Alba Vigna Scot

Langhe Grignolino

Langhe Nebbiolo

Barolo Bricco Boschis

Barolo Riserva Bricco Boschis Vigna San Guiseppe

Barolo Riserva Vignolo

Winemaker Alfio Cavallotto
shelves of wine bottles
grapes on the vines
vineyard and Italian town in the distance
white and maroon wine label with gold crest
worker harvesting grapes in vineyard
painting of Countess Juliette Colbert