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The documents of the Corino family in Costigliole d’Asti date back to the early 1800s with Corino Biagio, from Montegrosso d’Asti.

His activity as a carpenter and farmer continued with his son Battista, also a floriculturist, in a place called "Case Corini" as per the map. The original houses, built mainly with "raw" bricks and wooden beams, were demolished in the fifties after being transferred to another premises.

I was born two months after the 1947 vintage, memorable for the excellence in Barbera tastes. The fundamental decisions in my path have been taken thanks to excellent advisers I have been able to listen to thus receiving incalculable benefit. I have approached and experienced the world of public research in national agriculture and abroad, I am happy to have caught the mark of my connatural.

Case Corini in Costigliole d’Asti is a polycultural artisan company that produces wines by working in respect of its territory.

Lorenzo Corino, and his two sons Luisa and Guido have continued the family activities resulting from the work of their predecessors, sharing an agriculture methodology that starts from the respect for the territory and the enhancement of its products.

This working methodology, experimented by Lorenzo, merged into the creation of a real CORINO METHOD.

The area of reference is the illy area around Costigliole d’Asti, in between the Monferrato and the Langhe hills , in Piedmont.