Diano d'Alba (Cuneo)
Claudio Alario is a family-run business and currently produces around 45,000 bottles on an area of 12 hectares, with an average planting age ranging from 20 years for Nebbiolo da Barolo to 50 years for Dolcetto.
In the wonderful context of the soft hills of the Langhe, the Alario family has been producing grapes for three generations, but it is only with Claudio that they vinified and bottled in 1988.
They do it respecting the environment and biodiversity, taking care of every single bunch with love, in order to give life to what are real works of art.
The winery produces Dolcetto di Diano d'Alba DOCG in three different declinations, Barbera and Nebbiolo d'Alba DOC and of course King Barolo, in two different versions.
The first variety produced was Dolcetto in 1988, in a plot of land very close to the Cru of Serralunga. Subsequently Barbera, Nebbiolo. Barolo arrived in 1995.