Grape Varieties

The Piedmont’s  varieties we cultivate are:

  • Arneis

    Arneis is present almost exclusively in Piedmont and the main location is on the left bank of the Tanaro, in the Roero area.

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  • Barbera

    Barbera can be considered the grape of the Piedmont par excellence constituting the primary component of many DOC wines.

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  • Freisa

    One of the most important Piedmontese vines and among the oldest, closely related to Nebbiolo.

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  • Grignolino

    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.

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  • Malvasia

    Basis for the production of sweet, highly perfumed wines that may be effervescent or even strongly sparkling.

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  • Nebbiolo

    Nebbiolo wines are often defined as “noble” with a great body and a long life, they will very often improve with proper aging.

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