Barbera d'Asti "Ronchetti" is the outcome of a careful selection of Barbera grapes cultivated in Monferrato area. After the harvest, there is the traditional vinification: a fermentation at controlled temperature with a short maceration on skins. The result is this “young-style” wine, bottled in the same year of the vintage. The colour is bright ruby red. The bouquet is wide with hints of fresh red fruits and notes of apricot. The flavour is typical, very intense, all-round. "Ronchetti" enhances every moment of the day; it is also perfect with all kinds of courses, including those of the "street food". Serve at 18 20 °C. Best in twenty-four months.
This great Barbaresco is made with Nebbiolo grapes of one of the most prestigious areas of the Langhe. After the manual harvest, vinification takes place at controlled temperature with about fifteen-days-maceration on skins and the subsequent malolactic fermentation. The wine, is then refined in traditional fifty hectoliters oak casks, for eighteen-twenty-four months. Its colour is garnet red. The bouquet is intense and complex, with notes pointing to ripe red fruit, vanilla and spices. It is warm, soft and harmonious to the tongue. Ideal with pasta, meat, cheese, and at the end of the day as well. Serve at 18-22 °C. Wine with a long ageing potential.
The varieties of Nebbiolo - Michet, Lampia and Rosé coming from Langhe area in Piedmont region are the grapes of this elegant Barolo The manual harvest in early October is followed by the grapes' vinification: a forty-days-maceration at controlled temperature and the subsequent malolactic fermentation. The process is completed by a twenty-four months ageing in big oak barrels and a further twenty four months in bottle. The colour is typically red garnet. The aromas are complex and elegant, ranging from ripe red fruit and spices, until toasty and 'tar'. The flavour is gently tannic, austere, full and velvety. This great bottle is ideal with important first courses, roasts, game and hard cheeses, but can also be a great sipping wine after dinner. Serve at 20-22 °C. Wine with a long ageing potential.
Grapes used for this typical Moscato are cultivated in Monferrato area. After the harvest - carried out in early September -, draining and cooling, the must is left in steel tanks located in cold storages where it has a second partial fermentation at low temperature. The colour is typically straw yellow. Pleasant its aroma that is peculiar of Moscato grapes; this wine exhales scents of acacia, apple and white peach. The taste is sweet and soft. Thanks to its low alcohol content, it is ideal for appetizers, parties and extremely suitable with desserts. Serve chilled at 5-7 °C. Best within two years after vintage.
Malvasia is an ancient aromatic red grape of Piedmont, whose production is limited to the area of low Monferrato bordering the hill of Turin. The harvest is carried out in early September; after draining and cooling, the must is placed in steel tanks located in cold storages and has a partial second fermentation at low temperature. The resulting wine is typically cherry red coloured. Its scent is extremely intense and immediate thanks to the obvious floral, of wild flowers and roses, and fruity notes reminiscent of wild strawberries. This wine is sweet, aromatic and fruity to the tongue. Truly pleasant, it is a party wine and an excellent accompaniment to desserts like pastries, tarts, ice cream and fruit as well. Malvasia is a wonderful wine to serve cool to 5-7 °C. Best within two years after vintage.