Wines from Piedmont
The wines from the Piedmont region are major players in Italian wine-making excellence. Known above all for its magnificent reds, over the centuries this region has demonstrated an extraordinary wine-growing vocation, today highlighted by over 50,000 hectares of vineyards, more than 30,000 wineries, almost twenty DOCG and many DOC wines. The close union between territory and native vines has led to the enhancement of the traditions and peculiarities of the best areas of the region. Among these, the Langhe stands out for its prestige, renowned throughout the world for Barolo and Barbaresco, but also Monferrato, Roero, Colline Tortonesi, Canavese, Colline di Biella, Vercelli and Novara. The typical reds based on Nebbiolo, Barbera and Dolcetto are true international stars, but this region is also a land of white grapes such as Arneis, Erbaluce, Cortese, Timorasso and, above all, Moscato. These are just a few examples of the extraordinary richness of the regional wine scene, which is as vast as it is exceptional.
An expression of beautiful territorial typicality, played on the combination of a rich fruity softness and a bright freshness that makes the sip satisfying. It is matured for 4 months in large barrels and a small percentage in barriques. It has aromas of berries, cherries, red flowers and spices. The sip is soft, round, harmonious, very fresh and satisfying
Quiet white, of medium intensity and structure, without oak maturation, perfect to drink with fried fish, mature cheeses, seafood risotto and simmered white meat