No gimmicks: our products are as natural and healthy as possible.
Grandpa Pierin taught us how to make wine.
We are traditionalists.
Wine has been creating connections, eliminating distances and bringing people together since way before Wi-Fi and the internet.
The thought that a glass of one of our reds is on the table when your friends arrive and you start enjoying drinks before dinner or a moment of celebration, fills us with pride.
We are right there with you, laughing and joking. Enjoying those wonderful little things that make life worth living.
Treiso is a young municipality, having been established in 1957. At that time, the village had a church in the centre, a hundred steps away from Borgata Cravero (still home to our winery today) on one side, and a hundred steps from Borgata Bongiovanni on the other.
It is here, among the gently rolling Bassa Langa hills, that our vines run in a succession of rows.
Treiso is the home of Dolcetto, a wine in which we believe firmly. More than just a wine, it is part of the family. A must on every table in this area.
We have never forced them with chemicals and never will. Some of our vines were planted in the 1950s and we try to preserve them by reducing operations to the bare minimum. Any dead plants are removed from year to year and replaced with new ones.
Vines are a bit like people: the old ones are wise, they don’t produce much in terms of quantity, but the quality is excellent.
In other words, they don’t talk much, but when they do, they’re definitely worth listening to.
Planted in 1993, so relatively young.
MGA of Barbaresco, it yields an easier, more drinkable Barbaresco.
San Stunet for friends.
A feisty Cru, with vines planted in the 1950s by Grandpa Pierin. It yields fewer grapes and more structured wines. MGA of Barbaresco.
Bricco for friends.
These are the Corrado Meinardi labels.
Corrado Meinardi is a small winegrowing estate. This means that we are often not at the winery at all.
In order to guarantee our presence and organise your visit properly, please write or call us.
We’ll make an appointment and when you arrive, we’ll make you feel as though you’re at the home of an old friend.
We are 100 metres after the Tornavento.
And if you don’t know what the Tornavento is, you now have two reasons to come to Treiso.