Azienda Agricola Sobrero Federica di Sobrero Federica

Via Pugnane 5, 12060 Castiglione Falletto (CN)

Telephone +39 0173 62864
Fax +39 0173 462036

This company is main exhibitor of

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ProWein 2017 hall map (Hall 15): stand D72

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Our range of products

Product categories

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

Our products

Product category: Piemont

Barolo Chinato

Production method: Standard base-Barolo aged three years is given a 40-day infusion with an alcohol compound of 30 essences, both herbs and spices. The mixture is then filtered and the aromatic compound is added to the wine, which requires two months to achieve a harmonious absorption. It is then bottled.

Sensory description: A lively, sparkling cherry-ruby in appearance. On the nose sweetish, but not cloying, due to a powerful aromatic charge of spice, with rhubarb, cinchona, and cinnamon particularly evident, complementing heady, youthful fragrances. Cherry and liquored dried plum infuse the palate, which shows good balance and a measured sweetness that stays well within bounds. Serving suggestions: Ideal as a digestive agent, and as an accompaniment to chocolate sweets and petits fours.

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Product category: Piemont

Langhe Bianco VII

Commune of origin: Castiglione Falletto. Grape variety: 100% Chardonnay. Annual production: 7.000 bottles. Vineyard area: 1 hectare.

Altitude: 320 metres. Soil profile: Clayey. Training method and vine density: Vertical Guyot, at 5.000 vines per hectare. Average age of
producing vineyards: 25 years. Yield per hectare: 90 quintals of grapes.

Fermentation and maturation: After pressing of the intact clusters, the free-run must from the first and second fractions remains in steeltanks, at around 16°C to prevent fermentation, for 3-4 days of gravity settling with elimination of the deposit. A cultured-yeast fermentation follows, from 18°C to 10°C to ensure optimal aroma extraction. The wine then matures 3-4 months in steel. Sensory description: In appearance, a striking gold-tinged straw yellow, radiant and shimmering. A heady, generous bouquet, remarkably dense and complex, releases a broad spectrum of aromatics, notably yellow peach, citrus, and tropic fruit, with enticing nuances of fresh-mown hay, dried flowers, and acacia honey in the background. Running throughout is an intense minerally impression edged with gunflint. The palate has a rich, creamy, almost buttery, texture, showcasing an abundance of juicy fruit and an appealing vein of dried almond. A judicious acidity and a subtle, but constant thread of slaty mineraliness drive the progression and help create a finish that is lengthy, crisp, and delicious.

Serving suggestions:

Serve cool, but not excessively cold. Ideal as an aperitif, as well as with cold antipasti, with first courses of pasta or risotto with fish or
vegetables, and even with more complex dishes featuring seafood or light meats.

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Product category: Piemont

Dolcetto d’Alba

Commune of origin: Castiglione Falletto. Grape variety: 100% Dolcetto. Annual production: 5.500 bottles. Vineyard area: 0,7 hectars.

Altitude: 320 metres. Soil profile: Clayey. Training method and vine density: Vertical Guyot, at 4.500 vines per hectare. Average age of
producing vineyards: from 10 to 25 years. Yield per hectare: 80 quintals.
Fermentation and maturation: 7-to-8-day fermentation at ca. 26°C in steel with open-air pumpover. After drawing-off, settling for one week, and an open racking, malolactic. Dolcetto receives a minimum of 6 months’ maturation in steel and 3 mounth in bottle before release.

Sensory description: A lovely, star-bright ruby, deep and lustrous. A generous, warm bouquet features a wide-ranging panoply of aromas, releasing lively notes of redcurrant, raspberry, cherry, and violets. Pungent nuances of underbrush, rosemary, and wild herbs complete a complex and fragrant offering. It expands to notable depth and breadth in the mouth, with a judicious acidity bolstering dense fruit and an impressive structure. An almost endless finish edged with hints of earth simply caps a very delicious wine. Overall, a Dolcetto of great distinction and body and with a pronounced vein of minerality. Serving suggestions: the complexity of this wine makes it an ideal partner to fine meat dishes, hot antipasto dishes of some richness, and main courses of meat.

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About us

Company details


Ciabot Tanasio, an antique name encompassing more than 70 years of history made by the Sobrero family, attentively working the vineyards of the rolling Castiglione hills to obtain their delicate nectar and transform it into wine. The tradition has been passed along the generations and now sees the offspring of Francesco Sobrero take an active part in the company, enriched by the third generation. A winery dynamic and in step with the times.

Sobrero Winery: passion, love and tradition. An increasing passion, a love that continues to grow stronger, and a great tradition closely tied to the land and the territory. Three words, three “creeds,” that merge and exist for one purpose only: excellence in wine. Since the 1940’s and the efforts of the grandfather Francesco, the vital breath of the Sobrero Winery continues to be reinforced. From the 1960’s with Settimo and Pier Franco, and Flavio since 2000, the winery has experienced years of continuous growth: from the sale of bulk to bottled wine, from the purchase of new vineyards to the expansion into export markets. The wines produced by the Sobrero family are a constantly ascending parabola, a symbol of the modernity that crosses time without erasing its foundation, the tradition that accompanies the work in the vineyard and the cellar, step after step.

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