In 1974, Valentino Migliorini, along with his wife, decided to buy a farmhouse in Monforte d’Alba in the Langhe. Working with the strength of his winemaking experience and his innate ability to stay ahead of the times, in 1976, Valentino created his first Langhe blended wine. Experimentation has marked the entire production of Rocche dei Manzoni and together with attention to detail, it has led to the winery to becoming a great interpreter of Piedmontese red wines. Grown in only eleven communes that comprise the Barolo DOCG. A big wine that will stand out on any table. This Barolo is among the top crus made by a legendary producer. A single vineyard CRU Barolo from d’Alba produced via biodynamic farming. The soil is comprised of layers of very compact gray marls in depth, alternating with layers of sandstone incorporated in reddish yellow sand deposits. Selection of grapes, fermentation at controlled temperature for about 21 days in contact with the skins. Aged in wood and then in cement. After bottling, further refining in bottle prior to going to market.