In the heart of Langhe, a World Heritage Site, in Neviglie stands the Cà Moranda farm, a small, strictly family-run business, which has always been characterized by the production of grapes.
Three adjectives for this winery: young, innovative, sustainable.
The energy used for production is entirely obtained from photovoltaics, the grapes are selected and come from owned vineyards.
The first bottles named Ca ‘Moranda came out on the market in 2018, and were immediately characterized by very low chemical residues: the company is in fact certified SQNPI (National Quality System of Integrated Production), an abbreviation that guarantees the consumer a cultivation that is respectful towards the environment and the human health.
Although the actual age of the cellar is very young, the family boasts Neive ancestors who produced wine already at the end of the 1800s; the first was the great-great-grandfather Stefano, born in 1861, who brought the wine barrels by horse to the taverns of Alba; after him the great-grandfather Alfonso, and then the grandfather Pietro.
Today the company is run by his granddaughter Serena, with the help of her father and mother, Dino and Anna.
Each of the wines produced contains a dedication, to remember a character or an important element for the cellar.
Dolcetto “Ottavio” takes its name from the paternal grandfather, an example of strength and perseverance for everyone; it was he who planted the dolcetto vineyard 50 years ago, from which an intense, fruity and floral wine derives today.
Barbera “Catlinin” instead takes the name of the great-grandmother as it fully represents her: an elegant but at the same time tenacious wine, just like Langa women.
The Nebbiolo “Pietro II” is instead dedicated to the maternal grandfather; also an intense red, with an elegance hidden in the tannin, softened by the Slavonian wooden barrel.
The Langhe Arneis “Bon’ora“, on the other hand, takes its name from the vineyard in which it is produced, as a sign of gratitude towards the nature that gives these precious fruits.
Last, but certainly not least, Moscato d’Asti “Duenovedue” is dedicated to the owner Serena because in the numbers there is her date of birth, February 29th; it is no coincidence that it is a sweet wine, which, however, shows off great intensity and character.
Dolcetto d’Alba DOC
Barbera d’Alba DOC
Langhe Nebbiolo DOC
Moscato d’Asti DOCG
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Visits & Tastings
The winery is a perfect example of realities on a human scale, the genuine ones that are very reminiscent of the farms of the past.
To welcome you you will always find a member of the family, prepared on every aspect of production, from the vineyard to the cellar.
We recommend visiting them on a sunny day, to be able to walk among the rows fully realizing the health of their fruits.
Once the walk is over, the tour will continue in the cellar, where the production process will be explained to you in a simple and transparent way between the barrels.
You will then move to the barrel cellar, under the ground, characterized by the Langa stone walls: the finest wines rest here.
To conclude with a flourish you can then taste all the 5 labels produced, combined with an in-depth explanation of the notes of each wine and with local products (cured meats, cheeses, hazelnuts, breadsticks, etc.)
The price of the tasting
There is only one type of tasting, which includes a tour of the vineyard and cellar and the tasting of all 5 labels produced, combined with local meats and cheeses.
All this costs € 10 per person.