The respect of Piedmontese winemaking traditions dictates our style. We use indigenous yeasts selected from the grapes of our vineyards.
Frequent pumping over, to optimise the extraction of tannins and colour, generates clearer more elegant scents and aromas. Long periods of “submerged cap” maceration on skins allow higher than usual extraction. We do not operate stabilization and fining. Filtering is made only with very large septa that do not influence the quality of the wine
Finally, long ageings and the use of large oak barrels and concrete tanks mirror the local winemaking traditions and promote the best conditions for ageing our wines.
The grape varieties that represent us now, just as they did all those years ago, are Nebbiolo, Dolcetto and Barbera: this is why we decided to only vinify them. Quality is at home on this estate, thanks also to the ownership of two of the greatest crus in the whole Langa area: Lazzarito and Paiagallo. Accompanied by the best reds of the Langhe, standing out among the whites, is our Alta Langa Blanc de Noir.