After finishing studies in management and biology, and after an inspiring trip to Burgundy Giulia returned to La Morra motivated to learn all the secrets of wine making in her native Piedmont. She started little by little, releasing micro-cuvées under her own name, before finally taking over all the management and production of the vineyard in 2014.
At the heart of La Morra Giulia pursues with passion its goal of producing Barolo with a Burgundian sensibility. In fact, she even inherited small plots of Chardonnay and Pinot Nero that her father planted on the cooler, north-facing sites of the estate, which allowed her to pay homage to the great wines of the Côte d’Or. through the prism of the Piedmontese terroir.
Serradenari culminates at 536 meters for the highest vineyard of Marassio at 460 meters for La Tartufaia. From the cold and windy climax rich in limestone and silt to the lowest vineyard, warmer, more sandy, rich in fossils, the soils are very diverse resulting in very different grapes.