Terrabianca is a farm estate located in Mango d’Alba in the Langhe, an area particularly renowned for producing prestigious wines. Founded by vine grower and winemaker Mario Apliste in 1920, the property still remains under the ownership of the Alpiste family today with the leadership of Mario’s grandsons: brothers Giorgio and Luigi.
The vineyards cover a surface area of 13 hectares on the Langhe hills. They face a southern exposition and sit at an altitude of 500 meters above sea level. The estate is named after the calcerous land upon which the vines grow, since Terrabianca translates directly to ‘white land.’ Today, Terrabianca produces 30,000 bottles.