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Marco Bonfante S.r.l.

Strada Vaglio Serra, 72, 14049 Nizza Monferrato (AT)
Italy

Telephone +39 0141 725012
Fax +39 0141 725004

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  • Hall 15 / B67
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ProWein 2017 hall map (Hall 15): stand B67

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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

ALBARONE 2009 Piemonte DOC Albarossa

A spectacle of extracts and turgor. On the palate it is harmoniously pulpy, extremely meaty due to the powerful and concentrated mix of acidity, tannin and alcohol. The tannin is exceptionally hefty while at the same time smooth. Long-lasting in the mouth, it has a persistent sweetness that unfolds layer by layer until its heart of blackberries and prunes is reached. To be served at a temperature of 18-20°C, to be arrived at gradually without exposing the wine to changes in temperature that are too violent.

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Product category: Piemont

ROERO ARNEIS D.O.C.G

Elegant, fresh and with a good character, its body is exalted by the onset of noble oxidation. Roero is a small region on the left bank of the River Tanaro in front of the Barbaresco production zone. The soil, rich in calcareous marl and sand, contains a certain percentage of clay on the slopes facing east and south-east, which favours an optimum quality. This is a well-structured white wine that goes well with fish-based dishes,light first courses and hors d oeuvres. To be served at a temperature of 10-12° C.

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Product category: Piemont

Barolo DOCG

The first impact of this wine is inviting, its tannic vein sturdy, well harmonised by its structure and the fresh, final touch of liquirice. We would recommend that this wine be served with very tasty food such as: roasts and braised red meats and particulary, as is the custom in Piedmont, the traditional game salmi: hare, pheasant and boar, served with large helpings of polenta. It is important to serve this wine at a temperature of about 20° C. after having decanted it at least 30 minutes before placing it on the table.

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Product category: Piemont

Rason GAVI DOCG

In the mouth it is fully, savoury, vivid, aftertaste slightly itter typical of bitter almond. SERVING SUGGESTIONS: It matches very well with appetiser, ham in particular, light soup, fish and white meats. As aperitif it can be served at 8°C.

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Product category: Piemont

Bricco Bonfante 2009

Long in the mouth, it has a persistent sweetness that unfolds layer after layer until its heart of marasca cherry and plum. n Piedmont the word bricco has the same meaning as collina (hill). For generations our family has owned this land and here we began producing wines and gave this name to the hill itself. The soil is of alluvial origin and has limestone-clay sedimentary deposits. The low yield per plant (1.5 kg),obtained by a careful and scrupulous thinning-out, promotes both the ripening process and the concentration of the extracts. The lengthy aging in wood rounds off Barbera s spikiness, while the subsequent refinement of a year in the bottle bestows excellent harmony on this wine. The Bricco Bonfante Barbera d Asti Superiore is a very long-life wine that improves with the passing of the years. We recommend storing it in places with good humidity at a constant temperature of 16-18° C. Serve at room temperature (18/20° C) and decant well in advance in order to facilitate good aeration. It goes well with red meats, game and cheese.

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About us

Company details

Like flowers, trees and vines, the Bonfante family has its roots down into the land. They are set in the south of Piedmont and take sap from a long tradition of winemaking. Today Marco and Micaela carry on the family tradition of selecting grapes and producing wines in Barolo, Nizza Monferrato, Gavi and the Roero area.

Marco Bonfante Srl, a young wine-making concern, was born from Marco’s and Micaela’s – brother and sister - passion for wine, continuing the tradition of the Bonfante family, which has been producing wines in Piedmont for 8 generations. Micaela looks after the administrative side while Marco, with his diploma from the Oenology and Viticulture school of Alba, is in charge of production and marketing. “For us, Piedmont is a land of great wines, with a centuries-old wine and gastronomic tradition. The micro-climate and the characteristics of the soils, which change considerably from one area to another, give us the chance to find the best “terroir” conditions, both for the various autochthonous vines and for international ones”.

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