Barbera D’Alba Superiore: intense, fruity and characteristic; dry, fruity, balanced with a good body

Barolo: complex and ethereal, with hints of vanilla, cinnamon and green pepper; dry and austere but velvety, with hints of licorice; balanced and complete

Nebbiolo D’Alba: fruity flavor, soft and delicate, which is accentuated and perfected with aging; dry, tannic when young, smooth and harmonious



Prosecco Millesimato: intense, fruity bouquet, yet very elegant; clear scents of golden apples come through a floral background; dry, fresh and lean, soft and rounded, with a pleasantly fruity finish.

Prosecco Brut – Gold: has a typical perfume that recalls acacia flowers and wisteria, ripe, wild apple and mountain honey, pineapple and even bread crust; Fruity, slightly aromatic, with  light alcoholic content and delicate liveliness



Brunello di Montalcino Riserva: intense color with garnet reflections, intense bouquet-austere with lingering aromas of wild berries, red fruit and cherry; full of flavor, rich texture, very elegant and harmonious with balanced, round tannins and a nice aftertaste            

Brunello di Montalcino: deep ruby color with garnet reflections, persistent and ample aromas, pleasant spicy notes and a hint of red berries; the taste has an onset of elegant, harmonious, dry and balanced tannins and a long, aromatic finish

Rosso di Montalcino: deep ruby color with great expression, fruity finish that remains smooth, hints of fresh berries, blackberries and cherries are accompanied by floral notes; full-bodied and balanced, fresh with round tannins



Sangiovese Superiore-Campo Di Mezzo: bright red ruby, fresh red fruit and hints of violets; balanced, with marked notes of black cherry and sour cherry; full-bodied

Vigna della Rocca-Albana, D.O.C.G. (White, dry): elegant fruity yellow, honey and wildflowers with notes of ripe peach and plum, almond finish

Sangiovese Riserva-Petrignone: bright red ruby, intense luscious fruit, black cherries, and spicy notes of black pepper; nice nose and taste with a good finish

Sangiovese Thea: elegant and delicate, with hints of fruit and red rose, pepper and sweet licorice; fine tannins, long finish



Sangiovese-IGT Marche: ruby red color, aromas of wild berries and vanilla; elegant palate with fragrant, enveloping tannic notes

Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi Classico: floral scent of hawthorn, linden and a touch of anise; good texture and elegant mineral notes on the finish


Piemonte The majority of the region's winemaking (about 90%) takes place in the southern part of Piedmont around the towns of Alba (in Cuneo), Asti and Alessandria. The Piedmont region is located in the foothills of the Alps forming its border with France and Switzerland.  In addition to the vast mountainous terrain, the Po Valley consumes a large area of available land-leaving only 30% of the region suitable for vineyard plantings. The valley and the mountains do contribute to the areas noted fog cover which aides in the ripening of the Nebbiolo grape, the predominantly grown grape in the region.