Az. Agr. Orlando Abrigo di Abrigo Giovanni

Via Cappelletto 5, 12050 Treiso
Italy

Telephone +39 0173 630533
Fax +39 0173 630907
info@orlandoabrigo.it

Trade fair hall

  • Hall 15 / A51
 Interactive hall map

Hall map

ProWein 2017 hall map (Hall 15): stand A51

Fairground map

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

BARBARESCO MONTERSINO

Designation of Controlled and Guaranteed Origin
Ruby-red, with a rich, complex bouquet hinting at vanilla and red fruit, together with sweet and spicy elements resulting from the wood. Smooth at first on the palate, the big tannins then make it slightly harder, with excellent ageing potential.

Recommended serving temperature: 16-18°C.

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Product category: Piemont

BARBARESCO MERUZZANO

Designation of Controlled and Guaranteed Origin
Ruby red; bouquet packed with great elegance, and hinting at red fruit such as sweet and sour cherries. Well-balanced, dry taste, already very appealing the first year after its release.

We recommend serving at a temperature of 16-18°C.

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Product category: Piemont

DOLCETTO D'ALBA DELL'ERTO

Designation of Controlled and Guaranteed Origin
A classic wine of the Langa hills, Dolcetto’s intense ruby-red colour sparkles with mauve highlights, while its fragrant and flowery aromas feature cherries and violets, joined by ripe fruit and raisins after a year.

The nose is confirmed by the flavour: dry and well-balanced, with noticeable body and stuffing.

Recommended cellar life: one to three years.

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About us

Company details

The project I wanted to realize for Orlando Abrigo is minimal, strong, sincere in its expression. Everything revolves around the operations necessary to wine production. It is an extremely simple product, that has been conceived to blend into the landscape of the Langhe, between the earth, the vineyard vegetation, the wooden chestnutt poles.

Not only is the building hidden for its three-quarters, buried in a hill. The operation we have achieved has been that of placing along its perimeter tens of wooden poles, up to 16 meters tall.

Long stainless steel cables were hooked to these poles, which will act as a support for the climbing vines on the south side of the cellar, and roses, on the north side. This gesture, the effects of which will unfold over the years, gives a strong personality to what otherwise looks like a functional, almost anonymous container. The more time passes, the more this structire will be attacked by nature, according to seasonal cycles that create different, ever-changing effects throughout the year. The architecture will hide and will become part of the territory.
As to construction systems, much attention has been paid to the cost, balanced between prefabricated solutions for the claddings of the façade and reinforced concrete for the containment walls. Inside, the interiors have been developed to facilitate the cellar work, consistently with a philosophy of simplicity that is proper to Abrigo's style. There's nothing disguised here. The materials are treated as such, in their primary condition, with no desire to show luxury, apart from that of affording the best technologies to produce and bottle a good wine.

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