Our history dates back to 1925s and grandfather Michele’s dream of making wine from his vineyard in the heart of the Bagnario Valley, Strevi, an area especially suitable to viticulture.
His son Giuseppe then began the Company’s evolution, gradually acquiring the best land of the Monferrato and choosing the most typical grape varieties to plant. In 1956, he built his winery in the center of the village of Strevi, to be near the train station so that he could send his wines directly to his customers.
A man with deep roots, he was able to convey his passion to the entire family. Today his daughters , Michela, with her husband Giovanni Costa, Patrizia, and Doretta carry on “the family dream ” with his same enthusiasm and dedication.
They personally supervise and control every step of the production process, all the way from grape to glass.
Andrea Costa, Michela and Giovanni’s first son, joined the company in 2014. Bringing his background of engineer in international companies, and some academic studies in winemaking, he is introducing new innovation projects both in the vineyards and cellar.
Our technical experts, Patrizia Marenco (winemaker) and Filippo Furlani (agronomist), personally follow every stage of the production process, so that nature can take its course in the best possible way. Excellence is the company’s priority , choices are driven by the desire to exrpess with our wines the excellent flavors of our corner of Piedmont.
Our connection to the land and to local traditions and our deep respect for nature and the environment is continuous and daily.
Even the Company logo, two mallards in flight, was inspired by our land, the lake at the Bassina Estate in Fontanile
- Year founded: 1925
- Number of bottles produced: 300.000
- In charge of winemaking: Patrizia Marenco
- In charge of vineyard management: Filippo Furlani
- Name of Company contact: Andrea Costa
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Telephone: +39 0144363133
- Website: https://www.marencovini.com
Marenco ViniPiazza V. Emanuele, 10Strevi (AL) 15011