Since 1977, Marolo has distilled the spirit of the land. Grappas are made from the best Italian vineyards, valorizing the extraordinary varietal heritage of the Langhe, Monferrato, and Roero, areas which are recognized as UNESCO World Heritage sites.

Marolo represents the spirit of the land, the loyalty to its most noble vineyards, and the transformation into a grappa that glorifies its natural characteristics. Distillation happens in bain-marie discontinuous stills, one for white and another for red, in small batches over a long period so that the original flavors of the grapes can be experienced.

Lands of excellence

Marolo is based in Alba, the capital of the Langhe, one of the world’s premier winegrowing districts for its diversity of grape varietals and the quality of its wines. The Langhe hills produce some of the finest red wines, such as Barolo, Barbaresco, Barbera, Dolcetto and Brachetto, but also great whites like Roero Arneis and the aromatic Moscato d’Asti.

Capturing the differences

Marolo’s grappas are a mirror of the incredible richness and diversity of the territory and viticulture. Not a neutral, standardized, industrial product, but a spirit able to narrate the grape from which it came, to enhance the varietal’s typical aromas, and express a unique, personal character linked to its land of origin.

A common heritage

In 2014, UNESCO declared the Langhe hills a World Heritage Site for the exceptional, indivisible bonds between man, viticulture and the landscape.

Our History

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