Die Langhe glänzen in der Rangliste der einflussreichen Zeitschrift „Weinwirtschaft“
Großartige Weine, Zusammenarbeit und Terroir. Terre del Barolo führt die Rangliste der besten Genossenschaften in Italien an (ohne Südtirol, das separat beurteilt wird) und wurde dafür von der von Meininger herausgegebenen deutschen Zeitschrift Weinwirtschaft ausgezeichnet. Seit Jahren zählt das Weingut, laut italienischen und internationalen Kritikern, auf Grund des hervorragenden handwerklichen Könnens der Winzer der Langhe, zu den besten Genossenschaften.
Große Zufriedenheit zeigt sich in den Worten des Präsidenten von Terre del Barolo, Paolo Boffa: “This European recognition makes us deeply proud. Our cooperative was born out of the hard work and humble dedication of our forefathers, who resolved more than 60 years ago to maintain those
artisanal skills and country know-how among their founding values. Now we have the task of honouring their work by taking best care of our vineyards, always seeking the utmost quality in what nature is capable of expressing on our hills. Much has been invested over the last few years in the vineyards, the members, research and winery technology…”
Diese Begeisterung wird von Stefano Pesci, dem Direktor von Terre del Barolo, geteilt: “It really gives us great pleasure: Barolo is well-known and appreciated throughout the world, but for us this represents a form of international recognition for the Langhe, its wines and industriousness. It especially rewards our unique collection of grand crus of Barolo, and highlights an approach to cooperation that sets out to safeguard a terroir, representing a groundbreaking project designed to achieve constant improvement in all the facets of the supply chain. We want out Langa to be ever more hospitable and ready to welcome visitors and wine enthusiasts. It is a stimulating cultural challenge, and this is why we want to increasingly play a leadership role for the entire area and the community for which Terre del Barolo is a focal point.”
Direktor Stefano Pesci fuhr fort: “The countryside did not come to a standstill during the Covid- 19 emergency, and neither did we: despite the difficulties, we have worked to keep all the essential services active throughout the supply chain, from the growers to our customers, and on the building of a new winery area, symbolizing our ambition to continue to work well. Now there is the desire to start out again from the vineyards and the fast-approaching harvest, while waiting for the re-opening of markets across the world.”