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Canelli (AT)


Canelli is in the Asti region which is famous overseas for the local sparkling wine Asti Spumante.

We have a "cascina" (farmhouse) and four hectares (about 11 acres) of vineyard in Canelli which grow Barbera, Dolcetto, Cortese and Moscato grapes. These vineyards have been in Cristina’s family for four generations.

We also have a vineyard of one hectare of moscato grapes in San Stefano Belbo next to our villa, which has been in my family for four generations. San Stefano Belbo is in the Langhe region, famous for its truffles and Barolo wine.

The traditions of nurturing the vines and producing wine have been passed from generation to generation, in addition, Cristina’s father, Franco, is an enologist, has a degree in wine-making and ensures that our wines also benefit from modern knowledge and best practices.

Our wines are all dedicated to our daughter, Martina, and we can offer:

  • Barbera D’Asti DOC.
    A rich wine with a wonderful bouquet and refined taste. Characterised by a intense ruby red red colour with flashes of light orange. It has an ethereal bouquet with hints of currants, plum, cherry and wild berries all mingling together.
    Decant at least two hours before serving and serve at a temperature between 20 and 22 degrees centigrade. Serve as an accompaniment to the unique cuisine of Piedmont :
    "Agnolotti" - fresh pasta stuffed with braised meat.
    "Fritto Misto" - mixed fried meats.
    Grilled meats and meat dishes served with dark sauces. It can also be enjoyed with rich soups and mature cheeses.
  • Chardonnay.
    This is one of the most important dry white wines of the Piedmont region. It is clear and bright, with colour of yellow straw. It has an intense fruity bouquet and a dry slightly acidic fruity taste.
    Best served cooled to between 8 and 10 degrees centigrade. It can enjoyed at any time of the day and is suitable to drink with all food types.
  • Moscato D’Asti DOC.
    Mosctao D'Asti has been produced in the Monferrato and Langhe regions since the XIII century.
    It is a bright vivacious wine with the colour of pale white straw and a wonderful fruity aroma. It has a sweet taste which is fresh on the palate.
    It is best served at temperature between 8 and 10 degrees centigrade. Serve in small desert glasses to accompany "il dolce" or the desert. Perfect with zabaglion, panna cotta and deserts based on fruit and cream.
    ‘DOC’ means ‘Denominazione di Origine Controllata’ which is an assurance of origin and production quality (equivalent to Appellation Controllee in France).

When you visit us you can taste these wines which you can also buy.


Canelli - Città del Vino (quarto fine settimana di settembre)