Our vineyards are located in the Monferrato area, one of the historical wine territories in Piedmont
The production of our wines is based on low yields and on a scrupulous selection of the grapes. Winemaking is characterized by long macerations (i.e. by contact with the peel, also for the polite), by the use of indigenous yeasts, by a very limited use of sulfur dioxide and by the exclusion of other additives. Refinement occurs mainly in large wood.
The sandy soils of Gamalero in Monferrato are located in a plateau where the continental climate is characterized by great heat during the day, while the nights are cooler.
The wines are born powerful and concentrated for low yields; the long macerations also give them rusticity, but then the weather, thanks to the sandy soils, gives them a surprising finesse.