Beppe Marino winery was founded in 1972 in Santo Stefano Belbo, a town located between Langhe and Monferrato and a typical production area for the famous Moscato d’Asti.
Family unity is the company’s secret: together with his wife Rosalba and son Maurizio, Beppe cultivates his vineyards high up (400 meters above sea level) on the hills of Santo Stefano Belbo, Mango d’Alba and Castelnuovo Calcea.
The Monastery of the Daughters of St. Joseph’s Congregation, also known as the “Monastery of White Wine,” is a symbol for the Belbo Valley, a place in which spiritual tradition and wine culture merge together.
In 1906, a group of nuns moved to Santo Stefano Belbo, carrying on the production of “Moscato da Messa,” a sweet white wine needed by priests throughout Italy to officiate at liturgical services.
After the monastery has been closed, Beppe Marino moved his winery inside this place full of charm and strongly connected to our territory.