Curto Marco is a winery that has been passed down for three generations, with Curto Marco, his wife Adele, and daughter Nadia at the helm. Nadia's uncle Elio Altare, a legendary Barolo producer, both inspired and taught Nadia how to make wines. After years of persuasion and dedication, Nadia finally was able to get her father to bottle wine with their family name. Now, they own the entire winemaking process from growing, harvesting, and bottling in their cellar. Owning 4 hectares of land, they take the most pride in their parcel in the Arborina DOCG, which is a restricted area famous for cru Barolos. Their wines embrace both the traditional and modern methods and tastes. Although respecting and adhering to certain traditional ways, Nadia has pushed the limits by converting to organic farming, otherwise known as the "green experience" in Italy, and utilizing a rare filtering method called thermo-shock. What results is a truly remarkable wine experience that both purists and modernists can enjoy.