Cascina Disa in Monforte d'Alba at the beginning of the XV Century was a settlement of Monks of the Abbey of Breme, in the area of Pavia, who already at that time used to produce wine in the Langhe area, following the rules of tradition.
Since 1965 it is the centre of the Agricultural Agency Giovanni Sandri, that continues the long used traditional wine-growing method of this land.
From his fields used for Barolo they get the more typical wines, result of the serious dedication to the cultivation of the vine and the rigorous respect to the traditional methods of wine-making. Today Cascina Disa is a place to discover the perfumes of good wines of the Langhe.
Barolo Perno Elio Sandri 2015 is a ultra-traditional terroir-driven wine made from an integrated farming in Perno MGA, hand harvesting, only organic herbicides use, no pesticides and the utilization of sustainable agriculture which respects the environment Partial stem inclusion, two years in ancient Slovenian barrels, four years in bottle.
Producer: Elio Sandri Casina Disa
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