Owner

Monica and Daniela Tibaldi

Winemaker

Monica and Daniela Tibaldi

Distribution Area

Delaware, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania

Varieties

Arneis, Favorita, Barbera, Nebbiolo

Vineyard

Monica and Daniela look after each individual vine with the sole aim of producing excellent fruit. This enthusiasm and commitment mean there is little need for intervention in the cellar. The vineyard work is done by hand with an eye to conserving the environment and landscape.

To maintain the freshness and mineralty characteristic of Tibaldi's white wines, the vineyard area sits on sandy soil, with north-west exposure. For red wines, the more calcareous land with a lower percentage of sand in a southern exposure is where vines grow to obtain longevity and structure.

Tibaldi owns 17 acres of vineyards at about 820 feet above sea level. The vines are an average of 30 years old. Tibaldi has been Certified Organic in their vineyards for four years through Valoritalia which means all their wines are produced from organically grown grapes. They intend and act to safeguard biodiversity by maintaining a functional ecosystem.

Farming

Conventional

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About Tibaldi

Nestled amid the craggy ‘Rocche’ of Roero in Piemonte are 17 acres of vineyards at about 820  feet above sea level. The vines are an average of 30 years old.

Much has changed since the time of the original owner, Stefano. When great-grandfather Stefano ran the vineyard, the sole objective was to produce as big a harvest as possible, to either sell outright or use to make wine for the family.

Today, Monica and Daniela, the fourth generation Tibaldi sisters, have a modern view of winemaking, while still maintaining a custom and timeless tradition. In 2014, they decided to start their own brand together, and the Tibaldi Sisters are now the face of the company. They have honed their skills and accumulated practical experience thanks to their father, also named Stefano, and their grandfather, Tunin. These qualities bring the family vineyard to a world-class level of excellence. Both women are winemakers, vineyard workers, salespeople, event hosts, and even office managers. They are busy operating the winery, but they have a very playful sisterly spirit which is represented on their labels.

Tibaldi has been Certified Organic in their vineyards for four years through Valoritalia which means all their wines are produced from organically grown grapes. They intend and act to safeguard biodiversity by maintaining a functional ecosystem. They have birdhouses in the vineyard to encourage wildlife, and they also farm organically in their orchards.

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