Rinaldi Vini Fine Wines was founded in Monferrato, Piemonte, in the 1960s by Oreste Rinaldi and is now under the guidance of Andrea and Anna Rinaldi. Passionate people who are committed to keeping the vineyard and cantina a family affair, pouring their knowledge and love into their work. Their diligence results in wines showing the true character of Piemonte wines.
The village of Ricaldone is wrapped in a magical and ascetic atmosphere that rises from the hills of Monferrato. The sweet and calcareous (chalky) hills, caressed by the soft Mediterranean breezes result in ideal conditions for growing grapes.
Piemonte is their land, but Monferrato is their home. The Monferrato area is located in the southern part of Piemonte in Northern Italy and encompasses an ancient culture of winegrowing and winemaking that has characterized the region since before the Romans. Thanks to its deep history, unique landscape, and distinctive culture, Monferrato has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
In the words of Andrea Rinaldi, “Here you learn by playing: every moment of our work, from the activities in the vineyards to the tasting of the finished product, brings a strong concentration of childhood memories and reminiscences of helping Oreste in the family vineyards and cantina. Wine production is an activity that every Rinaldi perceives as playful and from a very young age is part of our lives.”
Rinaldi Vini is family-run and was founded in 1961 by Oreste Rinaldi, Andrea’s father. Now the activity is continued by his son Andrea. For over forty years the Rinaldi have “signed” wines obtained from their own vineyards (20 hectares), with vines located in particularly suitable positions from which, among other things, you can enjoy suggestive panoramas of unspoiled nature.
Our commitment is to maintain the tradition of production by combining it with the most modern technologies, to always offer you the best possible products. We also try to take care of the details that seem less important, for example the labels (original, very colorful and representative of the wine they represent), or the colors that we pair to our wines, colors that want to be a vestige of the emotions that you will feel tasting them.
From our cellar we only want wines that are remembered, wines to be tied to our memories and the most beautiful moments.
100% grapes grown in their own vineyards.
Hand picked. Soft pressing and fermentation at low and controlled temperature in order to maintain the aromas of the grapes.
Light and fragrant, it is an aperitif wine that can perfectly accompany light fish dishes. Suggested serving temperature is 8°-10°C (46°-50° F).
100% Barbera grapes.
Destemming and fermentation with maceration on the skins for at least 10-12 days in steel tanks with periodic pumping over. After aging, the wine is bottled where it will continue to rest for at least three months.
Its freshness makes it excellent as a daily wine. Pleasantly accompanies all rich and tasty dishes, pasta and risotto, cheeses. Suggested serving temperature is 18°-20°C (64°-68° F) uncorking preferably at least 2 hours before serving.
100% Barbera grapes.
Destemming, maceration and fermentation at controlled temperature for at least 10 days. After malolactic fermentation, the wine is aged for at least 12 months in large 1000 liter barrels.
Pairings with red meats, game and aged cheeses. Suggested serving temperature is 18°-20°C (64°-68° F) .