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We want to tell you about these values, entice you with them. We want to tell our story on the pages of this blog about the beauty of everyday living in dedication to the earth and to those who cultivate it; in the pleasures and responsibilities of living in a land recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage; and in the subtle satisfaction we get when one of our guests smiles and becomes a friend.

MARCARINI PROPOSES A SENSORY WORKSHOP IN LA MORRA

MARCARINI PROPOSES A SENSORY WORKSHOP IN LA MORRA
After the success of our movable wine tasting, we're back again with another initiative scheduled for Sunday, September 18 in the Marcarini winery of La Morra. this time, train your sense of smell with a sensory workshop that will guide you through the discovery of great wines of the Langhe and Roero. Prepare your noses! On Sunday, September 18, Marcarini…
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OUR BAROLO CHINATO COCKTAIL RECIPES

OUR BAROLO CHINATO COCKTAIL RECIPES
In our post BAROLO ON THE ROCKS? SURE, AS LONG AS IT’S CHINATO, we suggested a few ways to drink and appreciate Barolo Chinato. Here, we want to give you some original cocktail recipes, created exclusively for exalting and appreciating the flavor of Barolo Chinato Marcarini. You’ll find both classic and innovative recipes using fruit, gin, vodka, and more. The…
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EXCLUSIVE WINE TASTING AT MARCARINI CELLARS

EXCLUSIVE WINE TASTING AT MARCARINI CELLARS
DON'T MISS THIS UNIQUE OCCASION ON SUNDAY, AUGUST 7: THE HISTORICAL WINERIES OF PODERI MARCARINI OPEN THEIR DOORS FOR AN EXCLUSIVE MOVABLE WINE TASTING Marcarini invites you to take part in an original kind of wine tasting on Sunday, August 7, 2016. The tasting includes a tour of our historical cellars of La Morra, accompanied with a tasting of all…
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A SUMMER WITH ROERO ARNEIS

A SUMMER WITH ROERO ARNEIS
Piedmont’s classic white wine paired with three dishesfor a summer dinner under the stars You love the red wines of Piedmont, those full-bodied, round reds—but when summer arrives and the temperatures climb above 90° in the shade, and the rains bring humidity instead of refreshing cool air, what do you turn to? We have the solution: Roero Arneis. With deep…
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BAROLO ON THE ROCKS? SURE, AS LONG AS IT’S CHINATO

BAROLO ON THE ROCKS? SURE, AS LONG AS IT’S CHINATO
Summertime is associated with some prejudiced ideas when it comes to red wine. Most people think that only white wines can accompany a long evening under the stars or lunches based on fresh fruits and vegetables. But many red wines like Dolcetto or Barbera can give fabulous “ruby chills” when served slightly cooler than the normal serving temperature (14° or…
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BOSCHI DI BERRI, SURVIVOR OF PHYLLOXERA

BOSCHI DI BERRI, SURVIVOR OF PHYLLOXERA
Our Dolcetto Boschi di Berri is made from the fruit of vines that are immune to phylloxera, the pest that nearly destroyed European viticulture. It is an “ancient” wine that survived a major turning point in history. The fact that we still have the good fortune and pleasure of drinking Italian wine is due to the intuition of professor Jules…
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MARCARINI WINES IN THE LANGHE AND ROERO

MARCARINI WINES IN THE LANGHE AND ROERO
From Dogliani to Bra, passing through Monforte, Barolo, La Morra, and Alba, you can always find an excellent reason to stop and enjoy a glass of wine. The Langhe and Roero are ideal places where the enjoyment of wine meets the pleasures of travel, both territories as yet largely untouched by tourists, where the soul can find its balance and…
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LA MORRA – BARCELONA, ROUNDTRIP

LA MORRA – BARCELONA, ROUNDTRIP
In this post, we’ll continue the fascinating journey about the life of Manuel Marchetti; read the first and second parts here: From Varaita Valley to Guatemala and Return to the Land of Wine. Before becoming a winemaker, Manuel Marchetti traveled three continents: from South America, where he was born, to the United States, passing through Turin and Barcelona and, finally,…
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Spring in the Langhe, best wine&Food Events untill June

Spring in the Langhe, best wine&Food Events untill June
The hills of the Langhe are beginning to bloom, and there’s no better season than spring to enjoy their beauty. After our post on the best food and wine events of the Langhe from March to April, awaken the rest of your senses with tasty events up to June. In these hills, spring is delicious! WINE TASTINGS AND OPEN WINERIES…
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The best events of spring around la morra and the hills of Barolo

The best events of spring around la morra and the hills of Barolo
After a final taste of winter, the snow has melted away to let the hazelnut trees bud and flowers bloom in the Langhe spring weather. The hills are waking up, and there’s no better season to appreciate them. Here, we want to highlight a couple of not-to-be-missed events to experience the Langhe and Roero in the springtime and, possibly, stop…
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RETURN TO THE LAND OF WINE, MANUEL MARCHETTI

RETURN TO THE LAND OF WINE, MANUEL MARCHETTI
FROM TEXAS TO TURIN (Part 2) We left Manuel Marchetti and the incredible story of his life (READ PART 1 HERE) when he left Mexico for Austin and was forced to make a difficult decision: continue studying in Texas or return to Piedmont, as his family wished him to? It was a choice that Manuel made without hesitation. He was…
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MANUEL MARCHETTI, WINE IS MY DESTINY

MANUEL MARCHETTI, WINE IS MY DESTINY
FROM VARAITA VALLEY TO GUATEMALA (Part 1) From Varaita Valley to Guatemala; from here to Mexico; to the United States, California dreaming; and finally, the return to Italy, from Bra to Turin to re-launch a winery that had been considered one of Italy’s finest for centuries—with a stop in Barcelona along the way. The life of Manuel Marchetti, today the…
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A BLOG TO TELL YOU OUR STORY

A BLOG TO TELL YOU OUR STORY
Marcarini is more than just a winery. It’s a world. It is a microcosm made from all the different parts of our farm, tied to the rhythms of nature and the traditions of viniculture in the Langhe and Roero. It is made from tourism, revolving around its Agriturismo in the hills of Barbaresco and winery visits with wine tastings and…
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New website online

New website online
The new site for Marcarini is now online. We worked on multiple fronts, renewing the graphics as well as the content. Today, the site is easier to navigate and more compact, immediate, and accessible. All the information is just a click away. The new site is designed to be one page, entirely viewed by scrolling.Photography takes center stage, with large,…
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