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Azienda Agricola Bajaj

 
 
 

Apply: Giovanni Moretti
 
Wine areas:
Barbera D'Alba (DOC)
Langhe (DOC)
Roero (DOC)
 
Foundation year: 1900
 
Winemaker: Adriano Moretti
 
Vine variety: Arneis,Favorita,Nebbiolo,Barbera
 
Hectare: 4
 
Number of bottles produced/year: 15000
 
Most important labels:
Roero Arneis DOCG
Langhe Nebbiolo DOC
Langhe Favorita DOC
Barbera d'Alba DOC
Roero DOCG
 
Description

The farm "Bajaj" is situated in MONTEU ROERO (CN), in the heart of the Roero area, characterized by great food and high quality wines. At the head of this modest agricultural reality, there is Mr GIOVANNI MORETTI that, from the 90s, with his brother ELIO, and his son ADRIANO, continues a work tradition based on sacrifice, begun years before by the mother's family; the "Bajaj". With the leadership of Giovanni, the farm has been expanded, improving and getting more and more products with top quality profile both in agriculture and in enoic profile. Today the farm "Bajaj" produces a small number of bottles, less than other competitors in the area, but this allows to better follow the production process; from the work in the vineyard to the finished bottle.

How to get

from Turin: A6 motorway Torino-Savona exit Carmagnola, follow signs for Ceresole Alba, then continue to Monteu Roero. Genoa: Motorway A10 Genoa-Savona, A6 Torino-Savona exit Carmagnola, other directions as above Milan (A21 Torino-Piacenza exit Asti east, follow the signs to San Damiano d'Asti, continue for Canale d'Alba and then Monteu Roero)


Wine Tasting: yes
 
Oil Tasting: no
 
Purchase products in the cellar: yes
 
Purchase products online: no
 
Disabled accessibility: yes
 
Coach parking: yes
 
Other services: Tasting of wines and other products of the farm
Apply: Adriano Moretti
 
Language spoken: Italian, English, French
 

Territory: Nearby you can find

 
Monuments

The Monteu Roero's Castle http://www.castellomonteuroero.it/home

Festivals and folk events

"TASTA TASTA" the third weekend of June and the Chestnut festival the second weekend of September