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Tenute Cisa Asinari dei Marchesi di Grésy has been owned by the di Grésy family since 1797. The estate includes four properties located in Langhe and Monferrato, home to Piedmont’s greatest wines.  Before the 1960s the estate operated like a traditional farm, producing livestock, vegetables and fruits - including grapes.  At the time, the grapes were sold to the finest wine producers in the area, as was the tradition in the Langhe.  In the early 1970s Alberto di Grésy realized the potential of his vineyards and decided that he had to vinify his own grapes.

In 1973 he produced his first vintage with the objective of transferring the class and character of the terroir, vineyards and varietal into the bottle, using the best available technology and respect for tradition. In 2013 Alberto’s son and daughter, Alessandro and Ludovica di Grésy began their adventure in the family’s winery working alongside their father.  To this day, Marchesi di Grésy only vinifies grapes coming from their properties, 111 acres of vineyards divided among the Martinenga, Monte Aribaldo, La Serra and Monte Colombo estates.

Of exceptional note, the Martinenga vineyard is one of the Langhe’s finest and the largest single owned "monopole" in the region and has been owned by the di Grésy family since 1797.  Martinenga is known for producing some of the finest cru-designated Barbareschi. It is planted with the Nebbiolo sub-varieties Lampia, Rosé and Michet, whose mix produce the most elegant Nebbiolo wines. With its southern exposure, blue marl soil and elevations from 820 to 918 feet, the Martinegna cru possesses ideal growing conditions and allows Nebbiolo fruit to reach full maturity even in difficult vintages.

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WINERY LOCATION: Barbaresco (Cuneo province), Piedmont
WINE REGIONS: Barbaresco DOCG, Langhe DOC, Asti DOCG, Alba DOC
VINEYARD LAND: 88 acres (36 ha)
FARMING PRACTICES: Sustainable & Practicing Organic
GRAPE VARIETIES: Nebbiolo, Barbera, Dolcetto, Moscato, Sauvignon, Chardonnay and small amounts of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon
WINE STYLES: Dry red and white, sweet white sparkling
TOTAL WINE PRODUCTION: 240,000 bottles (180,000)
YEAR FOUNDED: 1973
OWNER: The di Grésy Family
WINEMAKERS: Matteo Sasso

WINES

MARCHESI DI GRÉSY BARBARESCO MARTINENGA DOCG
MARCHESI DI GRÉSY BARBARESCO "GAIUN" MARTINENGA DOCG
MARCHESI DI GRÉSY BARBARESCO "CAMP GROS" MARTINENGA RISERVA DOCG
MARCHESI DI GRÉSY NEBBIOLO MARTINENGA LANGHE DOC
MARCHESI DI GRÉSY BARBERA D'ASTI DOCG
MARCHESI DI GRÉSY DOLCETTO D'ALBA "MONTE ARIBALDO" DOC
MARCHESI DI GRÉSY SAUVIGNON LANGHE DOC
MARCHESI DI GRÉSY MOSCATO D'ASTI "LA SERRA" DOCG
MARCHESI DI GRÉSY "VIRTUS" LANGHE DOC
MARCHESI DI GRÉSY MONFERRATO ROSSO DOC

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Barbaresco (Cuneo province), Piedmont

VINEYARD:
Langhe and Monferrato, Piedmont

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APRIL 2019
Marchesi di Grésy Barbaresco "Camp Gros" Martinenga Riserva DOCG 2013

I love the tension and the glossy elegance here. The 2013 Barbaresco Riserva Camp Gros Martinenga is silky, bright and buoyant. It is complete and shows a lot of depth. It offers fresh acidity, and while it has a lean approach, it definitely has impressive length. This wine should evolve nicely over the next 10-20 years.

-Monica Larner