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Wines

WINES – ART INSPIRATION AND EXPRESSION

Each bottle reflects the personality of its own wine, dealing with tradition and freedom of expression. The Bordolese shape praises the tradition integrated into the labels, where the sensations and the creative spirit are gracefully blended. Poetry, colors as well as quality merge into the bottles, guiding you during the tasting.

Champenoise Method sparkling wine PerSchers

“PerSchers”, as a joke, was born in 2008 as a challenge to enhance our hills, showing them through an original champenoise-method sparkling wine. PerSchers is rare and precious due to its uniqueness and to the tight link with the territory. It is made from a white grapes cuvée.

Charmat Method sparkling wine sCiarMat

The sparkling wine “sCiarMat” is the craziest wine from Cascina Albano, created in response to our customers’ desire for fresh and fruity Italian bubbles. sCiarMat magically displays a land of great wines with a young style, respecting the tradition of the Charmat Method.

Langhe DOC Arneis

Arneis is a local Piedmontese white vine cultivated in the Cuneo province. The name “Arneis” was used for the first time in 1877 by Earl Giuseppe di Rovasenda. The origin of this term seems to come from the idea of putting the characteristics of this vine together with the dialectal word used to describe a mischievous and reckless person.

Roero Arneis DOCG

Arneis is a local Piedmontese white vine cultivated in the Cuneo province. The name “Arneis” was used for the first time in 1877 by Earl Giuseppe di Rovasenda. The origin of this term seems to come from the idea of putting the characteristics of this vine together with the dialectal word used to describe a mischievous and reckless person.

Rosé wine

Our first bottle of rosé wine was born in 2013; it is a wine with a strong personality and exquisite aromas. The way of production, as well as the variety or varieties used are kept as a secret, so to give you the possibility to have a completely free tasting. This rosé is perfect for those who are never satisfied and want to be inventive

Dolcetto d’Alba DOC

Dolcetto is a local vine traditionally cultivated in Piedmont. Its name derives from its low sourness and the high sweetness of the ripe grapes. Historically, Dolcetto was the trading good between Piedmont and Liguria: the Piedmonte imported from the coast oil, salt and anchovies, which are the main ingredients of one of the most traditional Piedmontese dish: the “Bagna Caoda”.

Barbera d’Alba DOC

Barbera is a local Piedmontese vine presenting red and stretched berries. It has been cultivated in the territory of Langhe for many centuries. The name “Barbera”, which origins are unclear, appeared for the first time on the Piedmontese land register in 1514.

Barbera d’Alba DOC affinato in legno

Cascina Albano created the first oak-aged Barbera d’Alba in 2001. From that date on, the Barbera has constantly improved its balance between barrel-infused aromas and the decisive character of the wine. Inspired by the elegance of nature, this oak-finished Barbera d’Alba makes you relive the atmosphere of the past. As you taste it, you will notice the delicate notes of vanilla and spices that characterize this wine.

Langhe Nebbiolo DOC

The name Nebbiolo seems to come from the word ‘nebbia’ that in Italian means ‘fog’.  It can refer to the characteristics of the grape, dark and sheer because of the bloom, or to its late ripening so that in the past the harvest was happening in the first autumnal foggy days of November.

Langhe DOC Freisa

Freisa is a wine which was described for the first time in 1606 by Giovanni Battista Croce, Savoia’s jeweler and maître. At the time it was mainly known as wine for medicinal tincture. Over the years, scientific studies pointed out the tight relationship between Freisa and Nebbiolo whose anthocyanic inheritance fits for more than 85%. The soil in which our Langhe Freisa is cultivated, enables it to express its great essence.

Langhe DOC Freisa affinato in legno

Freisa is a wine which was described for the first time in 1606 by Giovanni Battista Croce, Savoia’s jeweler and maître . At the time it was mainly known as wine for medicinal purposes. Over the years, scientific studies pointed out the tight relationship between Freisa and Nebbiolo whose anthocyanic profile are similar in over 85%.

WE TRUST THE FUTURE

Every year, we start our work in the vineyards with maximum commitment, envisioning the next harvest, yet still not knowing the events that could affect the growth and picking of the grapes. All we have to do is to strive in caring for the plants, handle the soil with love, respect the agricultural system and work hard to reach the goal, knowing that the fruits will reveal every part of their development.
For us, the work in the vineyard comes down to the following: in the trust for the future, in the courage of investing in something which will give the results later, and in the constant passion dedicated to the gifts of nature.