DOC Langhe Rosso

(d.o.c. D.M. 22/11/1994) The wine regulations register imposes that Langhe Rosso presents the following characteristics when it is put on the market: Colour Ruby red with garnet reflections; Bouquet Characteristic, winey and intense. Flavour Dry with a good body. Minimum total alcoholic content by volume: 11%; Minimum total acidity: 4,5‰; Sugar-free extracts: 20 g/litre.

DOC Langhe Bianco

(d.o.c. D.M. 22/11/1994) The wine regulations regarding Langhe Bianco impose that it offers the following characteristics when it is released for marketing: Colour Fairly intense straw yellow. Bouquet Delicate, fine and intense. Flavour Delicate and harmonious. Minimum total alcoholic content by volume: 10,5% Minimum total acidity: 4,5‰ Sugarfree extracts: 15 g/litre.  

DOC Langhe Arneis

(d.o.c. D.M. 22/11/1994) The wine regulations register imposes that Langhe Arneis presents the following characteristics when it is put on the market: Colour Straw yellow. Bouquet Characteristic, fine and intense. Flavour Dry, refreshing and delicate. Minimum total alcoholic content by volume: 10,5%; Minimum total acidity: 4,5‰; Sugar-free extracts: 15 g/litre.

DOC Cisterna d’Asti

(d.o.c. D.M. 17/07/2002) The Regulations concerning Cisterna d’Asti wine establish that the following characteristics must be present in the wine when put to market: Colour Intense ruby red. Bouquet Intense, fruity and characteristic. Taste Winey, delicate and harmonious; lively, sometimes. Minimum alcohol content : 11.5% Vol.; Minimum total acidity: 4.5‰; Sugar-free extract: 20 gr./l

DOCG Roero Arneis

In the course of time, Arneis vine grown in the Roero zone, where it originated, succeeded in cutting a niche for itself in a land of prestigious reds. Roero Arneis Docg crafted from Arneis grape has production rules that insists that the wine should have the following characteristics when it is put on sale: Colour Pale. Aroma Delicate, fresh and possibly with scents of wood. Taste Delicious, […]

DOCG Roero

(d.o.c.g. decreto 07/12/2004 – d.o.c. D.P.R. 18/03/1985) The Roero territory locates to the right of the Tanaro river, in a hilly zone of steep slopes and cliffs with ochre-yellow soil. This territory gives its name to a Docg wine obtained from 95% of Nebbiolo grapes and the addition of 5% of other red, non-aromatic varieties suitable for cultivation in Piedmont. […]

DOC Nebbiolo d’Alba

(d.o.c. D.P.R. 28/05/1970) In an extended area outside the zone of production of Barolo and Barbaresco, in the hills of the Langhe and Roero regions on the right and left of the Tanaro river, Nebbiolo vine gives origin to Nebbiolo d’Alba after one year’s ageing. The relative wine regulations impose that Nebbiolo d’Alba offers the following characteristics when released for marketing: […]

DOC Barbera d’Alba

(d.o.c. D.P.R. 27/05/1970) Barbera resembles the personality of the Piedmontese people better than any other wine: rough, stubborn, strong, determined, persevering and silent. Grown in the districts of Cuneo, Asti and Alessandria, it has lately conquered the praise of many wine enthusiasts thanks to the application of new and innovative techniques in the cellar and […]