Screen Shot 2015-02-20 at 9.48.09 AM The story of Fontanafredda began in 1858, when Vittorio Emanuele II, the first king of Italy, purchased the estate (a former hunting preserve) in order to produce fine Barolo for his personal use. Today, Fontanafredda is the single largest contiguous estate in Piedmont with over 305 acres of land, including 210 acres of vineyards in the Serralunga, Barolo and Diano d’ Alba communes.

Fontanafredda enjoys unrivalled access to many of Piedmont’s greatest vineyard sites. All estate vineyards are farmed without the use of chemicals, and the property is home to a bio-natural reserve, a safe and sustainable refuge for a wide array of local flora and fauna.

All grapes for this single vineyard offering come from the “La Rosa” vineyard in the village of Serralunga. Vines are planted in 820-980 feet above sea level and the soils of Miocene-Helvetian origin are packed with calcareous marl and clay, with plenty of quartzose sand and good permeability.


Screen Shot 2015-02-20 at 9.46.54 AM

Screen Shot 2015-02-20 at 9.46.59 AM

Noble Estates is a Good Food Fighter.

Please support the businesses and organizations that support Good Food Revolution.

For further information contact Kailey Ross