A vine of extremely ancient origins and “rediscovered” in the last decades,

it grows in the southern part of Piedmont, in Roero to be precise, situated

north of the Langhe, on the left bank of the River Tanaro.An elegant

and delicate wine, rich in fragrances and with a wide range of ethereal

notes that an expert connoisseur can recognise and appreciate.

Pleasant as an aperitif, but recommended with hors d'oeuvres, fish-based

dishes and first courses.




Produced from Nebbiolo grapes, this splendid Piedmont 's red wine,

noble and generous, defined as "the king of wines and the wine

of kings", is one of the feathers in Italian oenology's cap.

A wine for the most important occasions, it fascinates and conquers

the palate by its force and the fullness of its body, maintaining

a pleasantly warm sensation over a long period.



Of very ancient origin, it is a species of wine that gives an “imposing wine,

always fairly severe but generous and rich in exquisite fragrances, and with

a taste that combines strength with subtlety.Suitable with the savoury 

dishes of the Piedmont 's cuisine, with red meat and ripe cheeses.



Gavi is obtained from Cortese grapes alone, a species of ancient origin

that, in Upper Monferrato, in the southern part of the province 

of Alessandria,gives us the most important of Piedmont 's dry white wines.

A wine with body and an optimum structure that allows it to withstand

a moderate aging.

Magnificent wine for serving with hors-d'oeuvres.



The cultivation of the Moscato wine in the Asti area dates back

to ancient times. In the year 1200 its name appeared in the "Statutes"

of the commune of Canelli.This wine is characterised by its class

and its spontaneous liveliness, its secret lies in keeping the grapes'

original flavour intact and fragrant.An outstanding wine with desserts,

it is splendid on any and all occasions.



Monferrato doc wine is made with Barbera grapes and a small percentage

of Fresia or Grignolino or Dolcetto grapes.

Reliable records of this grape variety existence date back to 1798 when

it was included in the Piedmontese grape varieties census written by Count

Nuvolone under the name of “Vitis vinifera Montisferratensis”.

The name comes from the region where this grape variety was mainly grown,

Monferrato hills, still nowadays the par excellance production area.