Antonio Deltetto's education in winemaking began by his father's side in the 1950s at the family winery in the Italian town of Canale. Obtaining his enological degree at Scuola Enologica di Alba, Antonio graduated with perfect marks. After extensive international journeys to wine-producing regions such as France, Germany, California and Oregon, Antonio joined his father's winery in the late 1970s. Applying his avant-garde observations to the winery, Antonio began to experiment with new analytical processes and the latest international winemaking techniques.
Antonio's passion for the Barbera grape earned him the 'Wine International' Gold Medal for his 2001 Rocca delle Marashe Barbera d'Alba. Creative and obsessed with quality, Antonio strives to bring out the best and purest organoleptic properties in his wines, and continues to diversify the production of this ancient vine.