Our Muscat takes its name from a beautiful vineyard that covers the tip of quite an elevated hill. Muscat is pure, naked in its essentials. You can perceive all the perfumes just by pressing a single grape. Muscat has taught me that less is more. I just need to stand by it to it to obtain, every year, its typical cloud of fragrance. You can drink it in whatever part of the world you wish, but it will always bring you back to our vineyards in Castiglione Tinella.



This wine is more to us than just wine: it is the merger between local and global, the meeting point between “our” Muscat and the “foreign” Chardonnay. Each year, the GI production is truly a challenge. We must measure both vineyards personality in order to find the perfect balance. “GI” gets its name from what we call the "dormouse" in Piedmontese dialect. (Dormouse are known for spending long periods of time in hibernation). We chose this name because this wine reaches its best once it's been able to rest in the cellar.



When I thought of Bigarò (which in Piedmontese dialect means mottled), I set out to create something new. Muscat and Brachetto combine to provide the best of what each has to offer. Muscat acquires the red fragrance and flavors, while Brachetto the peach and lemon colors. I created this wine for romantic nights, a lovers' glance, fragrant summer skin or a warm winter embrace.



When I decided to take on the challenge of making Barbera, it was clear from the start that it would have to be done in my way: with elegance, measure and fragrance. And so, Tasmorcan was born. Its name comes from the Piedmontese dialect 'to call a badger'. Tasmorcan is my idea of Barbera: free, full of expression, smiley, without obligation to this vineyard’s standards. Tasmorcan is the equivalent of pleasure, the joy of life, praise to nature and to grapes, attentively dressed to reach an aesthetic sense and balance.



Mongovone is a wish that came true. I strongly wanted this vineyard and still today, it is with great love that I live in and nurture it. The true secret of Mongovone lays in its composition representing the last strip of Langhe land comprised in Monferrato territory. Its high levels of active limestone and microelements allow me to harvest grapes rich in fragrance, color and structure. Mongovone is a vineyard with its own cleverness: it varies its metabolism depending on the specific year’s climatic trend. Assembling Mongovone each year is a real source of pride. This wine is to me the Barbera’s sublimation…