Barbera d'Asti: our interpretations


How to interpret a vine. We like to think of Barbera as a symbol of the Asti region. We went beyond the name of the wine, because we produce four different kinds of Barbera d'Asti: different interpretations of the same terroir, which express themselves with different tones, unique yet united.

Barbera d'Asti Superiore "La Marescialla", Barbera d'Asti Superiore "Moliss", Barbera d'Asti "Blina", Barbera d'Asti "Casareggio": these are our interpretations. For each of them we have developed a targeted ageing, in collaboration with the oenologist Lorenzo Quinterno, who has been working with us for many years. Barbera d'Asti Superiore "La Marescialla" is obtained through a careful selection of grapes from old vineyards, it is aged in barrique barrels for one year before bottling (then another year of "rest"). Barbera d'Asti Superiore "Moliss" is aged in tonneau barrels and large barrels for one year: this mix of different woods makes it unique. Both wines are characterized by a great structure, they are balanced and intense.
Barbera d'Asti "Blina" matures for one year in steel, and is characterized by a stronger fruity note. Barbera d'Asti "Casareggio" is aged for four months in steel and another four months in wood (large barrels).

The range is completed by Grignolino d'Asti, Piemonte Rosso Talin, Piemonte Rosso TreVolti and Piemonte Rosato.

In 2009 we opened the "Cascina La Marescialla" for all those who love wine tourism and contact with nature.


Our Wines

We went beyond the name of the wine, because we produce four different kinds of Barbera d'Asti.



The cellar: the terroir turns into wine. The wine-making, stocking, ageing and bottling areas are the stages that lead to four different aspects of Barbera d'Asti. The temperature control, maintained by the walls, which are in contact with the soil, plays an essential role. We take the greatest care in keeping the right balance between technology and tradition, which are combined to obtain a great Barbera d'Asti.

The unique character is given by the wood (barrique, tonneaux and small barrels) during the maturation stage: thanks to our experience, we can produce a very well balanced wine, with perfect tannins, starting from a long maceration during the wine-making process.

From the grape to the bottle: Barbera d'Asti and its terroir.