Tenuta Tamburnin


Tenuta Tamburnin

The other side of Piedmont: Monferrato

Tenuta Tamburnin

A different interpretation of Nebbiolo

Tenuta Tamburnin

Tenuta Tamburnin, whose origins date back to the late 18th century, is an organic winery located in the hearth of Piedmont, Castelnuovo Don Bosco, in the Monferrato area of Asti and it was named by its founder, who was inspired by the drums (or “tamburi”) that were traditionally played as the royal army of Savoy advanced, in order to spur on the infantry troops under attack from the enemy. Since 2004 the property has been owned by the sisters Elena, Valeria and Claudia Gaidano. Valeria and his father Piergiorgio deal full-time with the running of the business, acting on expert advice from the oenologist Gianpiero Gerbi from Cordero Consulting.   

The estate is made up of 20 acres of land, of which there are 9 acres for the organic vineyard in a single body, and 4 for the organic hazelnut groves. The grape varieties from which the wines of Tenuta Tamburnin are brought to life are typical of the territory: Barbera, Nebbiolo, Freisa and Malvasia. Some international varieties (Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and Merlot) were introduced on a small area in order to complete the range of the vineyard’s production.

The total production is of 45.000 bottles. For its attractive setting, its buildings and the historic winery, Tenuta Tamburnin has been listed as a heritage site of historical and scenic interest.

Tenuta Tamburnin in the world

You can find Tenuta Tamburnin wines in the following States: 

USA: New York, California, Massachussets.

Europa: Denmark, Switzerland.

Australia: coming soon


Ask us for details:  export@stessaterra.co