Leoparodi (Filari di Luna)
Leoparodi (Filari di Luna)
The Filari di Luna winery produces two ranges of wines: Leoparodi and Filari di Luna. Located in Langhe, Piedmont, their wines are produced with selected grapes, careful vinification and respect for authenticity. Their label is synonymous with creativity, excellence and accuracy in the choice of raw materials.
Their wine range embraces different areas of the noble Piedmontese wine-growing and wine-producing territories, known as the Langhe, whose history and traditions are transferred directly into your glass of wine.
To them, wine production is a matter of creativity and awareness. Wine means tradition, where the latter is not just a matter of mere repetition and mechanical gesture. It’s a complex research path based on passion and skills. On the ability to showcase the distinctive features of their land and their production. It involves the pleasure of sharing both feelings and flavors of the original territory.
Their wines are the result of a careful selection of raw material and thorough monitoring of the whole wine making process. Their vineyards are carefully selected ancient local vineyards of the Langhe, which the local agricultural tradition has been able to adequately safeguard as a valuable heritage.
Just take a sip to experience being in the middle of the unique atmosphere of the unforgettable hills. A wild and sharp skyline deeply marked by the erosion furrows of the river Tanaro, running from Alba to Asti as an ideal link between these two great wine-producing towns.
The Langhe is further split into Langa di Barolo, Langa di Barbaresco and “Alta Langa”. The latter is characterized by renown hazel groves, woods and meadows where the famous “fassone” beef cattle, together with sheep and goats, have been feeding on this rich grass. Time seems to have stopped here: this is still the same “farmer’s land” where you can see the bonfires lit from hill to hill in summertime.
This is “the Langhe”, and this is exactly the flavour Filari di Luna tries to recall with every single bottle wine.
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