Vigne dei Mastri is a five hectare estate located in Costigliole d’Asti in Piedmont known amongst fine wine lovers for its highly regarded wines from the Barbera grape, as well its sustainable viticultural practices.
Marenco is one of the great producers of Strevi, the little known sweet wine produced in Piedmont from the Moscato Bianco grape. The winery is also well known for their excellent Brachetto d’Aqui and in more recent years, the Albarossa grape.
Cecilia Zucca and her family produce organic wines under the Poggio Ridente label. With vineyards of Barbera, Albarossa and Ruche planted in white calcareous soils at 450 metres, Poggio Ridente’s wines are known for the floral fragrance and freshness.
Founded in the 1960s by Giuseppe Rivetti and his wife Lidia, La Spinetta has transcended its reputation for high quality wines from Moscato Bianco and is today known for its single vineyard wines in Barbaresco.
Based in the steep hills of Mango in the province of Cuneo, Marco and Cinzia continue the work of Marco’s father Elvio, who worked tirelessly to promote Moscato d’Asti, and in particular his local terroir of Gramella.