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The history of the Roveros goes back to the late 19th century. This is borne out by the small chapel built in 1880, and set within the group of houses surrounding the large courtyard where the distillery, the grappa ageing cellars, the old farmhouse given over to guest quarters and the offices are also to be found. On the hillside opposite stand the winery and the wine ageing cellar, in a picturesque country landscape amidst vineyards.

Two generations – brothers Franco, Claudio and Michelino, with son Enrico today continue the family tradition with renewed passion, extending the estate and using environmentally friendly growing techniques that guarantee sound, genuine products. The organic farming methods which have been extended over the years to the entire production are a strength that represents a benchmark for many farmers.

The grape skins and seeds are sent to the distillery for immediate processing as soon as the wine has been drawn off.
For the joy of the most demanding palates and of anyone who loves exclusive products of great quality, small, unique batches of varietal grappas are obtained from the pot still distillation of this fresh marc from grapes grown on the estate and other organic farms, and by leading producers of prestigious wines.

Rovero wines are certified organic.

Learn more at www.rovero.it/en/

View our varietals below.


  • Vermouth Di Torino Bianco

    An exciting wine, rich in sensations. Artemisia and citrus combined with caramel, are the protagonists of all flavouring herbs and spices. Cinchona gives it a balanced bitter finish. Ideal as an aperitif or a digestif. Vermouth is a great product to be consumed cold: it can be served neat or added with water, which makes it very thirst quenching. It is also used as a base for cocktails. It can also be used in the kitchen, as an ingredient for fish or seafood based dishes , or to season or marinate meat-based dishes (roasts, kebabs, rolls). In pastry Vermouth is frequently used to flavor cakes, pies and pastries.

    Certified Organic
  • Vermouth Di Torino Rosso

    An exciting wine, rich in sensations. Artemisia and citrus combined with caramel, are the protagonists of all flavouring herbs and spices. Cinchona gives it a balanced bitter finish. Ideal as an aperitif or a digestif. Vermouth is a great product to be consumed cold: it can be served neat or added with water, which makes it very thirst quenching. It is also used as a base for cocktails. It can also be used in the kitchen, as an ingredient for fish or seafood based dishes , or to season or marinate meat-based dishes (roasts, kebabs, rolls). In pastry Vermouth is frequently used to flavor cakes, pies and pastries.

    Certified Organic

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