The Terre Miroglio project merges all vineyard and agricultural properties of the Miroglio family from Alba, who has been known for been making enterprising and discerning business decisions since the Second World War.
Tenuta Carretta, the family’s historical estate in Piobesi d’Alba (Cuneo), has origins documented as far back as 1467; it has been managed by the company since 1985. Its property is almost entirely cultivated with vineyards surrounding the villa in a zone known for great Roero DOCG wines. Its other property is situated in the Langhe in Barolo territory (in Cannubi) and in the Barbaresco zone.
Malgrà, located in Mombaruzzo (Asti) and purchased by the family in 2012, is a traditional winery. It produces the classic wines of Monferrato, including Barbera d’Asti and the new Nizza DOCG, while always remaining open to innovative enological technology.
Edoardo Miroglio Winery, located in Tracia (Bulgaria), has also been part of the group since 2004. The soil of Elénovo (160 hectares of vineyards at 250 km southeast of Sofia) is ideal for international varieties Pinot Nero, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Sauvignon Blanc and Moscat Ottonel; and optimal for little-known local varieties like Mavrud, Rubin and Melnik.