Yearly Archives: 2024


Springtime in the vineyard

Buds and shoots announce to us that spring begins today. Thus, our most significant source of pride-to-be starts to take shape: the cluster. It is our responsibility to care for it and to convey each of its forms to the … Continued

The leading values of our daily work

Equality, fairness, and inclusion are the leading values of our daily work. The same ones that drive Vietti and enable us to put people first and ensure their true value every day. Today, on Women’s Day, and always.

Barbaresco Riserva Rabajà 2019

Vietti first produced Rabajà in the 1980s. Today, with the 2019 vintage, this Riserva is back. It comes from one of the most historic and prestigious single vineyards in the Barbaresco area. Alcoholic fermentation takes place in steel vats for … Continued

James Suckling also rewards Vietti’s quality

Seven out of Vietti Barolo wines have been awarded by American critic James Suckling, among these, our Barolo Monvigliero scored 99 points.  Below are the scores:   Barolo Monvigliero 2020: 99 points Barolo Brunate 2020: 97 points Barolo Cerequio 2020: … Continued


Antonio Galloni of Vinous rewards Vietti’s quality

Once again, our wines, the result of a team effort that begins in the vineyard and ends in the glass, have been recognized for their quality. The commitment and care of Vietti have been acknowledged by Antonio Galloni’s Vinous scores. … Continued


Time of pruning

We are in the vineyard. This is where our team, dedicated to the care of the vines for more than 20 years, is pruning. This practice begins in winter, during the vegetative dormancy of the plant, and continues until its … Continued

Share to grow together

This has always been Vietti’s attitude, which we have expressed once again at the Sales Force Meeting for the Italian market. A day spent together celebrating our achievements and looking forward to new goals. An opportunity to thank all those … Continued


The vine’s resting period

It is called ‘vegetative rest‘ and indicates the time, during the winter season, when the plant reduces its lymphatic activity and becomes completely inactive, aided by falling temperatures. Like a deep sleep. The vine, leafless and naked, appears motionless. Its … Continued