Marenco history dates back to 1925 with Michele Marenco’s dream. He wanted to make wine from his vineyard in the heart of the Bagnario Valley, Strevi, Piedmont.

Today Marenco’s property extends to the original area of Strevi, vocated for Moscato and Brachetto, and to the area of Nizza, villages of Fontanile and Castel Boglione, where Barbera has been cultivated for centuries

All Marenco vineyards are cultivated with the farmer sensibility of our grandparents and an innovative commitment to Sustainable Agriculture.

Even the Company logo, two wild mallards in flight, was inspired by our land, the lake at the Bassina Estate in Fontanile.

All Marenco wines are produced with indigenous grapes grown in our vineyards and bottled at the Estate.
Every choice is led by the desire to make wines that express the land they come from, wines recognized for their outstanding quality, wines able to accompany and to emotion.