Our bottled wines are the area’s most important DOC and DOCG wines.
It is the noblest wine of the Langhe, the great red that accompanies the most special meals. Barolo is one of the latest wines produced by us, a joy for the palate: dry, balanced with young and well-structured tannins.
Langhe Nebbiolo DOC Angelotu
Ruby-red wine made from the same grapes used to produce Barolo. Its scent is characteristic, with delicate fruity and floral hints. The taste is dry, amiable, velvety, with good body. Our Nebbiolo Angelotu is aged for twelve months in large Austrian oak barrels.
Langhe Nebbiolo DOC Bricot
This ruby-red wine tends to become orangey color with aging. Its scent is characteristic, with delicate fruity and floral hints. The taste is dry, at times amiable, velvety, with good body. This Nebbiolo is aged for six months in large oak barrels.
One of the classic wines found in Piedmont’s farming culture. Barbera is characterized by a marked acidity, a good body and a more complex bouquet. Despite its farming origin, it is increasingly being considered a refined wine.
Its color is straw-yellow with greenish reflections; through its scent one can perceive the delicacy and freshness of fruity notes of peach, white and herbaceous flowers. In the mouth it’s fresh and dry, with a typical bitter end. Ideal with seasoned cheeses and white meat and fish dishes.
Langhe Arneis Süta
Straw yellow wine, the nose is a bouquet of fresh white flowers and licorice. Pleasant presence of tertiary aromas such as cream and vanilla. In the mouth it is dry, balanced with a marked flavor and good structure.
Langhe Dolcetto DOC I Dossi
It is the table wine par excellence and one of the most typical and widespread vines of Piedmont. Bright ruby color, strongly fruity, with a dry and strong taste and an aftertaste of bitter almond and tannin.
A particular red wine, the result of a recent ‘rediscovery’ by local wine growers and consumers of Pelaverga vine. It’s a very fresh wine, easily drinkable, with an important alcoholic content