Our Wines

Barolo Brunate, Nebbiolo Langhe, Barbera d'Alba, Dolcetto d'Alba e Favorita Langhe: these are the wines produced in our cellar.
  • Nebbiolo Langhe DOC 2015 [out of stock]
    Nebbiolo Langhe DOC 2015 [out of stock]
    Langhe Nebbiolo is a wine made with the same grapes used to obtain Barolo and the vineyard is also the same. However, it goes through a different wine-making process. It is certainly a lighter wine than Barolo but just as delicate, elegant and suitable for ageing. Tasting Note Colour: Red not so intensive. Fragrance: Delicate ...
  • Barbera d’Alba DOC 2015
    Barbera d’Alba DOC 2015
    Our winery also produces a small quantity of Barbera d’Alba with grapes which comes from the near village of Monforte d’Alba. Barbera is a good red wine that has grown in importance over the years, it’s a “peppy” wine with a robust structure and it is one of a most characteristic Piedmont vine. The work ...
  • Barolo Brunate DOCG 2013
    Barolo Brunate DOCG 2013
    The Barolo wine was born in these lands and we dedicate love and meticulous work for the entire year in order to grow the best grapes. We start during the winter by pruning the vines (“guyot” method) and then, in the following months of the year we proceed with other jobs such as cleaning and cutting the vines. The wine-making starts in the Barolo ...
  • Favorita Langhe DOC 2016
    Favorita Langhe DOC 2016
    Favorita is a dry white wine made from grapes grown on their own small plot of land in the Roero. The golden yellow bunches of grapes produced by the favorita vine are medium-sized, long and cylindrical. The wine itself is straw-yellow with greenish highlights, a delicate nose showing light fruit, and a dry taste with a slightly bitter finish. It is generally drunk ...
  • Dolcetto d’Alba DOC 2016
    Dolcetto d’Alba DOC 2016
    This wine is defined as “the friendship wine” because it is the true country wine. Generally it is consumed at an early age. The care of Dolcetto vines follows the same steps as Nebbiolo da Barolo – that is, winter pruning of the vines, the jobs of allegation, cleaning and cutting of branches – and finally harvesting in the month of September. Afterwards ...

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