Founded by Ricardo Ceretto in 1930 Ceretto gained fame for being a pioneer of producing single-vineyard Barolo.
The company grew considerably in the 1970s, and two wineries were constructed: one in Barolo, named Bricco Roche, and one in Barbaresco, known as Bricco Asili. These wineries are both named for vineyard sites in their respective appellations, and were created to produce wines
Fermented in stainless steel with the use of indigenous yeasts and are then placed in 300 liter French oak barrels for 12 months before being moved to larger wooden casks for another year. From a single vineyard in Serralunga d’Alba, Prapo is muscular.
Classic aromas of rose petals, tar, and licorice.