Established in 1953, the Azienda Agricola Molino is located near the ancient abbey of S. Martino di Marcenasco, in the heart of Barolo and includes Vigna Conca, one of the most famous crus of Langhe. Mauro Molino took over the family estate in 1979 and made his first Barolo from the vineyard Conca in 1982. He started producing three of his most important cru in the town of La Morra: Barolo Conca, Barolo Gancia and Barolo Gallinotto.
Mauro’s eldest child, Matteo joined the family winery in 2003. Long passionate about the production of top-quality wines, Matteo showed interest in winemaking and taking care of the vineyards from a very young age. Matteo, like his father, attended Alba Winemaking School and after graduating, threw himself headlong into the family adventure.
After learning from Mauro, Matteo, a far-sighted and ambitious young man, brought fresh ideas and innovation to the company, promoting a type of winemaking aimed at enhancing the quality, the elegance and the superiority of the wines.
Another important objective for Matteo and his family is the environmental sustainability and respect for their territory, which has offered them such exceptional opportunities.
In 2009, Martina, Mauro’s younger daughter, joined the family business together with her father and brother. Martina also graduated from Alba Winemaking School. Thanks to her inquisitive mind and passion for communication, she directs her endeavours towards developing and advertising the company philosophy.
Today, they own 18 ha of vineyards and their wines receive high acclaim from critics year after year.
Vineyard & Vinification Note
Qualita sostenible certified (High environmental value certificate)
Harvest time: late September, early October
Vinification: maceration in contact with the grape skins for a duration of 6 days, alcoholic and malolactic fermentation
in steel tanks
Cellaring: 6 to 8 years
Fine bouquet with hints of berries and chocolate. A fresh wine offering good softness and persistence.
Aromas of raspberries, wild strawberries, blood orange, crushed stones and hibiscus. Medium-bodied, juicy and racy with dusty tannins and vivid acidity. Zesty finish. Drink now. 90 Points, June 2023
Barbera d’Alba is one of the most food friendly red wines of Piedmont! Barbera d’Alba is an extremely versatile wine, perfect on its own and a great partner to food as well.
Perfect with antipasti, pizza, pasta and chicken