In the 1960s, Bruno and Marcello Ceretto took over the running of the eponymous estate that was founded by their father, Riccardo, in 1930 and located in Alba, Piedmont. Following a trip to Burgundy, the two brothers wanted to swiftly develop the estate and produce "crus" in this exceptional Italian terroir.
A true innovation in a region where the notion of a "cru" was non-existent until then, Bruno and Marcello Ceretto carried out a rigorous selection among the finest vineyards of great Italian red wines, in Barolo and Barbaresco, in order to produce high-quality Langhe wines.
Respect for tradition and the terroir, and a keen eye for innovation are the guiding principles of the family's philosophy. Between 1969 and 1982, four cellars were created and production was extended to include Moscato and a white wine.
Since the 1990s, Bruno and Marcello Ceretto's children have joined the estate and continue to drive forward the goals of this 160-hectare estate, that spreads over 4 cellars and produces 17 different wines.
Ceretto's Blangé 2021 is a Langhe wine that stems from an 80-hectare vineyard, located in the commune of Vezza d'Alba.
This white wine from Piedmont combines balance and minerality with an intensely fruity aromatic framework.