Winemaking in the Conterno family has a long history stretching back to the early 18th century, but the family did not own any vineyards until 1974. Prior to this, Giacomo Conterno used to purchase grapes – including for its esteemed Monfortino Riserva.
Giacomo Conterno is arguably Barolo’s most celebrated estate. While most famous for its Monfortino Riserva, the quality found in every bottling of Nebbiolo and Barbera at this address makes them a benchmark producer for both varieties.
About Giacomo Conterno
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