Three generations of the Nada family farm, seven hectares of hillside vineyards in the Barbaresco commune of Treiso. Their two southwest facing plots are tended by hand without chemicals and the wines which result are nurtured through the cellars mostly avoiding any new wood. What is eventually bottled is an ultra-pure expression of Barbaresco; perfumed, feminine, yet with wonderful energy and strength. They have three crus: Manzola in a cooler position on sandier soil which is delicate and fine; Rombone in a blessed spot which produces a richer, more powerful Barbaresco; and finally over the commune boundary in Barbaresco itself is Montaribaldi which the Nadas began farming in 2013. Like Rombone, Montaribaldi is of grand cru quality. The tiny size of the domaine and skill and generation of the Nada family makes this one of the outstanding producers in our portfolio.