Bonfante & Chiarle
The Bonfante & Chiarle winery was founded in 1975 in Mombaruzzo by Luciano Chiarle, Giorgio Chiarle, and Domenico Bonfante, following in the footsteps of their ancestors, who were all winemakers and for whom viticulture was their passion and their life. The story of Bonfante & Chiarle begins begins here, in the hills of Monferrato. From the very beginning, its entrepreneurial adventure focused on the search for constant and certified quality, based on a good relationship with the territory and a profound passion for quality wine. In just a few years, Bonfante & Chiarle became an important figure in the regional wine scene, even expanding its activities to wines from the hills of neighboring Piemonte wine-growing areas. Surrounded by estate vineyards and by those it directly manages in Monferrato, Langhe, Roero, and Gaviese, Bonfante & Chiarle grew, guaranteeing a constant and secure source for high quality grapes to use in the production of classic Piedmontese wines. Years of experience allow Bonfante & Chiarle to present itself to consumers as a wine-producing company that gets its skill and passion from agricultural wisdom and ancient wine-making tradition. At the same time, investments made over the years have permitted Bonfante & Chiarle to present itself on the market as an innovative and modern partner thanks to the implementation of sustainable agriculture in the vineyard and to the use of the most advanced technology in the wine cellar, in response to the changing tastes and needs of the consumers. Bonfante & Chiarle offers a complete assortment of Denomination of Controlled and Guaranteed Origin (D.O.C.G.) Piemonte wines including Barolo DOCG, Barbaresco DOCG, Nizza DOCG, and Moscato d’Asti DOCG, as well as red wines such as Barbera d’Asti DOCG, Nebbiolo d’Alba DOC, Dolcetto d’Alba DOC, and white wines such as Gavi DOCG and Roero Arneis DOCG. Bonfante & Chiarle is part of the Terre Miroglio group, a project whose goal is the continuous pursuit of excellence in wine production following sustainable agriculture and leveraging the ancient wisdom of the lands and wineries that are part of it.