Roberto Voerzio was founded in 1986 in La Morra in the Piedmont region of Italy. Roberto started with only 2 hectares at the time, the vineyard now covers 52 hectares. Today, Roberto runs the domain with his son, Davide, and his collaborator Cesare Bussolo. The domain uses a technique that they call a double green harvest: at the beginning of July, they remove 50% of the grapes and leave only 5 bunches per vine. Then they do exactly the same thing again in mid-August, keeping only the lower part of the bunch. Roberto Voerzio produces only 5,000 to 6,000 bottles of each Barolo vintage. If the quality of the wines is not optimal, they are disposed of. This is why they have such small quantities of bottles produced each year. From the vineyard all the way to bottling, the wines are produced as naturally as possible by eliminating chemical fertilizers and using indigenous yeasts for fermentation. The domain’s wines are known for their finesse, power, and precision.