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Distillerie Berta

Via G. Guasti 34/36, 14046 Mombaruzzo, Italy
+39 0141 739528
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Beautiful tour and tasting!

Great tour, beautiful museum. Very generous tasting of grappas and other distillates. Very helpful... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Omer G
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Tel Aviv, Israel
I visited only museum.

I visited only museum (because I didn't prenote a visit before) and it was very interesting. I... read more

Reviewed 3 October 2017
Louis Z
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In 2002, on the eve of the harvest, the moment when the Berta family’s address took backthe place-name of Roccanivo (Casalotto di Mombaruzzo). A large structure, that decided toexpand further, built with a careful sense of ist relation to the vine hills, where it peacefully sits,with a façade of a simple house, displaying the family name on the frieze. It is a house belongingas much to grappa as to the Berta family, open and comfortable, decorated with the coats ofarms of all the surrounding regions, where wine is produced with artisanal mastery and stateof-the-art electronic systems.In a warm and cozy atmosphere, the steam-powered stills work slowly and rigorously, totransform the damp and aromatic grape pomace into something strong, but at the same timesoft and subtle.Visitors are sheltered by an antique wooden roof and breathtaking, striking views of thehilly landscape. The Berta Distilleries have become not only an obligatory stop on any itinerarydedicated to food and wine lovers flocking to these hills, but also continue to be the destinationfor so many friends from the world of entertainment and sports, artists, elite restaurateurs,and the great Italian winemaking families; all brought together by ‘that unmistakable aroma offreshly pressed grapes’.Nel 2002, l’indirizzo dei Berta recupera il toponimo di Roccanivo. È così, che l’impresacambia domicilio per spostarsi là vicino, dove inizialmente la prima generazione vi avevadato l’avvio. Nasce una grande struttura costruita con sobrio senso della misura sulle collinedel vino, nelle quali si inserisce serenamente la casa della grappa, sul cui fregio compareil nome della famiglia. Aperta e confortevole è decorata con gli stemmi di tutti i paesicircostanti, in cui le lavorazioni sono guidate con maestria artigianale.In un ambiente caldo e ovattato, gli alambicchi a corrente di vapore lavorano, in modolento e oneroso, per trasformare le vinacce umide e profumate nel dolce ma potente nettaredivino.I visitatori sono accolti da un tetto di legno antico e da alcuni spaccati di paesaggiocollinare tanto suggestivi da mozzare il fiato. Le Distillerie Berta non solo sono diventateuna tappa di indiscussa importanza all’interno di itinerari che sempre maggiormente fannoconfluire tra queste colline gli amanti dell’enogastronomia, ma continuano ad essere lameta di tanti amici provenienti dal mondo dello spettacolo e dello sport, artisti, scrittori,grandissimi ristoratori e nobili famiglie di vignaioli italiani; tutti legati a “quell’aromainconfondibile dell’uva appena pigiata”.
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Via G. Guasti 34/36, 14046 Mombaruzzo, Italy
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Great tour, beautiful museum. Very generous tasting of grappas and other distillates. Very helpful staff. Don't forget to book a tour.

Thank Omer G
Reviewed 3 October 2017

I visited only museum (because I didn't prenote a visit before) and it was very interesting. I appreciated "amaretti".

Thank Louis Z
Reviewed 21 July 2017

Stop by Distillerie Berta if you are nearby. Besides offering a cool respite on a hot day, the tour is interesting and informative. The guide takes you through the entire process and the resulting grappa is wonderful. The grappa ages in underground caves with classical...More

Thank John D
Reviewed 3 July 2017

When you are in the area, take your time and visit this distillery. The guide we had explained in details the process to make the best grappa. Afterwards you have the possibility to taste, and believe it or not but you can try what you...More

Thank Toscana981
Reviewed 29 May 2017

Dear Giulia you have made our day! Not only with your wonderful guidance but also with the reservation for Villa Prato. It was the best idea to start our visit to Piemonte at Distillerie Berta and Villa Prato. Thank you very much. The distillerie is...More

Thank Fiona P
Reviewed 2 October 2016

The distillery museum was a little random in terms of some of the items exhibited but it was very interesting. We tasted some grappe, liqueurs and a few different amaretti. It is a little pricey but worth a visit if you like your grappa!

Thank kittymonster
Reviewed 28 April 2016 via mobile

The welcome was very warm, the explanations on the tour were super-interesting and her english was at proficiency level - compliments to the young lady who represented the company! no doubts about the products, i knew this before and bought a nice stock for my...More

Thank Thomas P
Reviewed 30 March 2016

did yo know the Grappa caskets listen to classical music and enjoy light in different colours? No? Well then its more than time to take the tour to the production and celleras of one of the best Grappas in the world :-)

Thank Stefan J
Reviewed 14 November 2015

It is an interesting factory, no matter what your interests. Our tour guide talked about the legal and taxation aspects of alcohol production, the raw material handling, uses for their waste products (nothing goes to waste, in the end), and more. Reservations are required. The...More

Thank JohnInItaly
Reviewed 10 November 2015

what an experience to see 2 million liters of grappa gracefully and peacefully aging under brick vaults! the shop is a delight for spirits or cookies lovers, the amarettos are to die for and the liquors, well what to say, they are afterall the best!

Thank ChefSusyMassetti
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