Their vineyards are located in the communes of Grinzane Cavour, Serralunga d’Alba, Roddi and Diano d’Alba. Ten hectares which produce 50 thousand bottles with the natural essence of Langa wines, from the king, Barolo, to the freshness of Chardonnay, through Dolcetto, Barbera and Nebbiolo d’Alba. The identity of the winery, Bruna Grimaldi, is clear and defined, especially through its three crus: Barolo Badarina from Serralunga, Barolo Camilla from Grinzane Cavour and Barolo Bricco Ambrogio from Roddi. The knowledge of Bruna Grimaldi and Franco Fiorino, combined with the skills of the agronomist Giampiero Romana, have a sole aim: to cultivate the vines respecting tradition, in order to preserve the characteristics of a territory that can give important, full-bodied wines with intense perfumes, where nature gives its best and the soil makes the difference to the quality of the wine. The identity of the winery, Bruna Grimaldi, is clear and defined, especially through its three crus: Barolo Badarina from Serralunga, Barolo Camilla from Grinzane Cavour and Barolo Bricco Ambrogio from Roddi. The work in the vineyards is performed following traditional methods: the vines develop naturally. The spontaneous growth of weeds is kept under control through mechanical means, not by the use of weed killers under the vines. When the grapes start to ripen, they carry out analyses on sugar content, acidity and polyphenols, in order to harvest healthy grapes at the correct ripening level, which will give a wine with clear perfumes. The use of chemical products is very low, they employ neither chemical products for the control of grey mould nor systemic products. The health of the grapes is guaranteed especially by the careful selections of grapes and leaves carried out by hand. This enables them to obtain grapes that give quality wines.