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Malgrà srl

Via Nizza, 12, 14046 Mombaruzzo
Italy

Telephone +39 0173 619119
info@terremiroglio.com

This company is co-exhibitor of
Tenuta Carretta S.r.l.

Trade fair hall

  • Hall 15 / C77
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ProWein 2017 hall map (Hall 15): stand C77

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ProWein 2017 fairground map: Hall 15

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.09  Italy
  • 01.01.09.13  Piemont

Our products

Product category: Piemont

Barolo DOCG"Marvenga"

More than any other, Barolo is the wine that expresses Piedmont’s enological quality, and it is the greatest expression of one of the region’s most important and representative grapes: nebbiolo. This wine develops slowly during its long aging in barrels: the wood favors both strength and smoothness, complexity and balance, guaranteeing a harmonic evolution over the years. This wine’s particular vinification style makes it drinkable at a relatively young age, yet it has the potential to evolve for years to come. The result is a rich, full, and smooth wine with great structure.

Uva:
nebbiolo

Resa per ettaro:
80 q.

Affinamento:
minimum 38 months, of which at least 24 are in wood

Colore:
intense ruby red with hues of garnet

Profumo:
ample and intense, with a pleasant bouquet of dried roses, violets, spices, and tobacco

Gusto:
dry, austere, and elegant, with soft tannins and a long finish

Abbinamento:
red meat, game, roasted meat, aged cheeses

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Product category: Piemont

Barbera d'Asti DOCG Superiore"Gaiana"

The “Gaiana” vineyard is located in Mombaruzzo on the right bank of the Belbo river at 150 m above sea level. The vineyards cover about 5 hectares of land, and they benefit from perfect sun exposure. The soil is limestone and clay. “Gaiana” is one of the most representative wines of Malgrà: its smooth flavor and elegance are enriched with its ample bouquet, which matures after 12 months of aging in wood. A wine with a full body, this Barbera is rich and warm.

Uva:
barbera

Resa per ettaro:
90 q.

Affinamento:
12 months in barrels and at least 12 in the bottle

Colore:
intense ruby red with typical violet reflections

Profumo:
ample and complex, with notes of wild berries, cherries, vanilla, coffee beans, and cacao

Gusto:
velvety and harmonic, with good balance, a full body, and a persistent, spicy finish

Abbinamento:
accompany with roasted, boiled, and grilled meats and savory first courses

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Product category: Piemont

Barbera d’Asti DOCG Superiore"Fornace di Cerreto"

This wine is obtained from grapes cultivated in the vineyard called “Fornace di Cerreto” located in Nizza Monferrato along the right bank of the Belbo river, at 160 m above sea level. The area is recognized as producing very high quality wines of this denomination. The name of the vineyard, which means “Oven of Cerreto,” comes from an ancient brick oven that was once located here. The soil is made of limestone and clay. “Fornace di Cerreto” is a wine with a good body and intense aromas, characteristically spiced.

Uva:
Barbera

Resa per ettaro:
90 q.

Affinamento:
12 months in the bottle

Colore:
intense ruby red, with a tinge of violet

Profumo:
fine and complex, with notes of mature red fruits, violets, and marasca cherries

Gusto:
velvety, elegant, and well-balanced, with a good acidity and a rich, persistent finish

Abbinamento:
excellent with appetizers, pasta, roast beef, barbecue, and cheeses

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About us

Company details

The vinery and
his own story

Malgrà winery is located in Mombaruzzo in the heart of the Monferrato near Asti, a territory where the charm, colors, and aromas of viticulture are intense, creating a beautiful, natural setting for as long as its inhabitants can remember.

The winery’s history begins with two vine-growing families, Bonfante and Chiarle. Since the early 1900s, the world of vines and wines was their calling in life. In the beginning, they cultivated vineyards and then sold their grapes, like their fathers and grandfathers did. Soon, however, they began a partnership that allowed them to transform and consolidate their wine production into a flourishing market over the years, based on mutual trust and confidence in constant, trustworthy quality.

Malgrà was founded in the mid-1990s when Giorgio Chiarle decided to begin a new, entrepreneurial wine project. He left his business to the Bonfante cousins and gathered new strengths and skill sets, with the objective of bringing to life a winery that represented a leap in quality compared to the past in terms of production, technology, and commercialization; necessary in order to compete on a national and, above all, international scale.

By uniting passion and diverse competencies, Malgrà soon presented itself to the world with wines that are produced based on a deep and respectful relationship between people and the earth, and people and the vineyards.

From the very beginning, Malgrà has upheld a sort of pact with the vineyards, an ideal union formed by the understanding of the dynamics and needs tied to their cultivation and in respect of the rhythms dictated by nature; in other words, supporting the vocation of the diverse wine territories of Piedmont: Monferrato, Langhe, Roero.

In fact, the earth and its qualities dictate the growing times, methods, and expressions of character of the grapes and thus the wines.

Malgrà derives its name from a popular term used to describe a person considered sui generis; that is, visionary and a bit of a dreamer, almost a kind of “clairvoyant” who is profoundly tied to the earth and especially to its products, which come alive with the work of people—like wine.

Its name, therefore, contains a mission: to produce the classic wines of Piedmont. According to its ideals, Malgrà produces its white wines in their best expressions of Gavi DOCG and Moscato d’Asti DOCG; and its red wines, whether sweet (Brachetto d’Acqui and Brachetto d’Acqui spumante, both DOCG) or dry, produced with barbera—a grape that reaches heights of excellence in the Monferrato as Nizza DOCG and Barbera d’Asti DOCG as “frizzante” and classic, or “superiore.”

Today, Malgrà is part of the Terre Miroglio Family Estates, a group that unites all winemaking properties of the Miroglio family. Other than Malgrà, this includes Tenuta Carretta, located in Piobesi d’Alba in the heart of the Roero, and Edoardo Miroglio Wine Cellar of Elenovo, located in Tracia, Bulgaria.

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