The Piedmont’s varieties we cultivate are:
Arneis is present almost exclusively in Piedmont and the main location is on the left bank of the Tanaro, in the Roero area.
Barbera can be considered the grape of the Piedmont par excellence constituting the primary component of many DOC wines.
One of the most important Piedmontese vines and among the oldest, closely related to Nebbiolo.
Producing Grignolino is a commitment to continuing a rural way of life that is in harmony with the particular nature found in the Monferrato area.
Basis for the production of sweet, highly perfumed wines that may be effervescent or even strongly sparkling.
Nebbiolo wines are often defined as “noble” with a great body and a long life, they will very often improve with proper aging.