VINEYARDS
The vines grow in poor, blinding white soil that endows our wines with a unique richly-flavoured, full bodied taste.

The vines grow in poor, blinding white soil that endows our wines with a unique richly-flavoured, full bodied taste.
These rocky soild (calcareous marl) accumulate heat during the day and release this slowly overnight to the plants.
The land, which has always been dedicated to vine growing, is cultivating according to the total grass cover technique. The vines are healthy and of exceptional beauty.

In the Spring, the rows of vines are coloured by daisies, poppies and wild orchids, confirming the heathiness and organic wholesomeness of the soil.
The grass between the rows is cut periodically by hand; no systemic pesticides or herbicides are used in the vineyard.
Butterflies and bees find an ideal environment amongst the rows, and birds frequently build their nests amongst the vine-shoots.

THE GRAPES
The wines are produced in constant care for the final consumer health and in full respect for the environment. Our wine authentically expresses the Monferrato native wine grapes.

Barbera: an old red berry vine widespread in Piedmont, in particular in Asti and Alessandria provinces. Barbera was already known in the XIX century with the latin name of “Vitis Vinifera Montisferratensis”. The grapes produce elegant and long-living wines, with good structure and complexity. In particular, Barbera from Monferrato is known for its finesse, good acidity and soft tannin. Barbera vineyards at Cascina Voglietti are sited on East and West facing slopes and they extend over 1,2 hectares.

Grignolino: a noble and historical native wine, most appreciated in Asti province since medieval times. We grow Grignolino on 0,6 hectares, on terrain that has always been planted on Grignolino, its fully ripe grapes give, after 2 years aging, an elegant and fine wine highly appreciated for its colour, aroma and scent.

Freisa: a native vine widespread in Piedmont since 1500. We grow it on 0,5 hectares facing East. Vigorous vine expressing harmoniously, with considerable tannins and great character. The vine is closely related to Nebbiolo, an interesting wine to be rediscovered.