the 4 wines of Neive

From the fruitiness of the Barbera d’Alba, to the elegance of the Barbaresco passing through the openness of the Dolcetto d’Alba and ending with the sweetness of the Moscato d’Asti.

Barbaresco D.O.C.G.

Obtained from vineyards cultivated with Nebbiolo grapes in the municipalities of Neive, Barbaresco, Treiso and Alba.

Colour: garnet red with orangey hues. 
Aroma: characteristic, ethereal, pleasant and intense perfume.
Flavour: dry, full, robust, austere but velvety and harmonious.

Barbera d’Alba D.O.C.

Obtained from Barbera grapes, this is the wine with the most typically Piedmontese characteristics: rough and stubborn, obstinate and strong.

Colour: ruby red when young, tending towards garnet as it matures.
Aroma: vinous, intense, characteristic and delicate perfume.
Flavour: dry, full-bodied with quite evident acidity, slightly tannic.

Dolcetto d’Alba D.O.C.

Quite rightly considered the wine of friendship, to be drunk by the glassful with your heart in your hand.

Colour: ruby red, sometimes tending towards violet. 
Aroma: vinous, pleasant, characteristic. 
Flavour: dry, pleasantly bitterish, moderately acid with good body and pleasing harmony.

Moscato d’Asti D.O.C.G.

Moscato has always been the grape used to produce wines for celebrating and for convivial occasions.

Colour: more or less intense straw colour with brilliant clarity. 
Aroma: characteristic, fragrant. 
Flavour: sweet, aromatic, characteristic, sometimes slightly sparkling or sparkling.