• Red wine from indigenous Monferrato grapes vinified in steel and aged in American oak Tonneau for 5 months, plus a further month’s rest in the bottle. Intense impenetrable ruby, nose of ripe red fruit and notes of tobacco, wood and sweet spices. The palate is fresh, soft, smooth and structured.  
  • Anthemis

    Delicate but full-bodied sparkling white wine, with scents of lime and hazelnut: excellent for aperitifs with cheese or cold cuts, it will surprise you thanks to its frankness of taste.
  • Barbera d’Asti d.o.c.g. vinified in stainless steel, very smooth to drink and adorned with a truly inviting purple hue. Undoubtedly fresh and balanced. It will then be enveloping in its scents of berries, to drink and drink again.        
  • Ghitina

    Sparkling wine vinified with the Charmat method. The perlage is fine, the bubbles flowing and enjoyable. Bouquet of white flowers such as lime and yellow fruit with pulp; the finish is convincing thanks to the persistent fresh-acid closure that invites another glass.      
  • Red wine from Grignolino grapes, 50% vinified in steel and the remainder in used French oak barriques to ensure respect for the varietal aromas of the vine and enhance the bouquet of officinal herbs. The taste is austere, not immediate. Scents of rose, raspberry, liquorice and mint; you will find it enveloping on the palate. Princely, the Monferrato that once was is reflected here.
  • Elevated in French oak barrel this wine needs a few minutes of reflection. The nose will welcome you an elegant violet, then a fruit like cherry, almost pawing. Finally spices – sweet as vanilla – and a subtle sensation of freshly toasted tobacco. In the mouth it is vigorous, rightly acidic, well balanced between alcohol and tannins. In short, a Barbera del Monferrato.  
  • Red wine from Barbera grapes, vinified 50% in steel, 25% in new oak tonneau and 25% in second passage tonneau, macerated for 10 days in contact with the skins, with frequent pumping over. On the nose you will be greeted by fruity scents that enjoy alternating with a ripe black cherry, giving a soft and fresh taste. In the retro-nasal, scents of resin and chestnut honey emerge, for a balanced and satisfying closure. The pregnant acidity tells of the generous and mineral heart of Mongardino.
  • The grapes are left to dry on the rows after a careful selection, the wine ages about 18 months in small wooden barrels.


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