stewardship of his heritage, it is Elio Grasso. Forty years after leaving his banking job in Torino to manage the family estate, he still works every day in the vineyards, preferring to leave the cellar and business to his son Gianluca.
The estate now comprises 42 hectares, including 24 hectares of forest and meadows, and 18 hectares of vines. From the beginning, Elio insisted on estate-bottling the wines, and today the estate is counted among the top producers in Italy.
If there is any Barolo producer who perfectly embodies the idea of