The rolling hills of Piedmont are the land of the most appreciated wines in the world. For this reason we have chosen only typical wines from the local wineries for our Wine List:
Ruchè of Castagnole Monferrato DOCG
Autochthonous vine of the Monferrato Asti area, known and appreciated in Italy and abroad, in 2010 it obtained the Controlled and Guaranteed Denomination of Origin. It has a ruby red color, an intense and original aroma that presents floral and spicy scents. The taste is dry, harmonious, soft and persistent. It is suitable to accompany the whole meal and it is excellent with dry pastries.
A grape variety originated in Monferrato, mainly cultivated in the areas of Asti and Alessandria, it is today considered one of the main Italian red wines. Its ruby red color tends to garnet with aging, the persistent scent has fruity, cherry and plum scents, to which are added spicy, cocoa and licorice notes with aging in wood. The flavor is full and harmonious. Ideal with meat dishes and mature cheeses.
Original wine typical of the Asti and Casale Monferrato areas. The color is a tenuous ruby red, the fruity aroma with hints of undergrowth is delicate. The hint of white pepper is characteristic. The taste is dry with a pleasantly bitter aftertaste. Perfect with appetizers, vegetables and white meats.
Malvasia di Casorzo
Sweet wine produced in the municipality of Casorzo and in the surrounding areas, with a modest alcohol content. The color is a lively ruby red, the aroma has hints of rose and the taste is sweet and harmonious, to be tasted fresh. It is a typical dessert wine and can be added to fruit salads.
Delicate, intense, sweet but without exaggeration, it is one of the most characteristic wines of Piedmont: there are historical evidences of its production starting from 1300! It’s aroma remember the wisteria and the linden, with hints of orange blossom and sage. Its low alcohol content makes it an ideal wine to accompany desserts, from sponge cake to tarts to desserts based on dried fruit.