Rovellotti is a family-run winery located in the Piedmont region of Italy. The winery was established in 1901 and has since been passed down through four generations of the Rovellotti family. Today, the winery is run by Paolo Rovellotti, who has continued the family's tradition of producing high-quality wines.
Rovellotti is best known for its production of Bramaterra, a red wine made from Nebbiolo, Croatina, and Vespolina grapes. Bramaterra is a lesser-known appellation within the Piedmont region, but Rovellotti has helped to bring attention to this unique and high-quality wine. The winery also produces other Piedmontese varietals such as Nebbiolo, Barbera, and Bonarda.
The winery's vineyards are located in the hills of Gattinara, Bramaterra, and Ghemme, where the unique terroir and microclimate provide ideal growing conditions for the grapes. The winery follows sustainable farming practices and all of the grapes are hand-harvested.
Rovellotti's wines are known for their elegance, balance, and complexity. The winery produces a range of wines, from fresh and fruity to more complex and structured, and the wines are suitable for aging. Rovellotti's Bramaterra wines, in particular, have received critical acclaim and are highly sought after by wine enthusiasts.