The Vintages

Alta Langa Docg is the brut sparkling wine of Piedmont. A denomination with a contained production, with a very long history: it was the first classic method to be produced in Italy, since the mid-nineteenth century.

It is produced from Pinot Nero and Chardonnay grapes, either alone or together in a variable percentage; it can be white or rosé, brut or pas dosé and has very long aging times on the lees, as required by the strict disciplinary: at least 30 months.

Alta Langa is exclusively vintage, that is, it always shows the year of harvest on the label.

The white Alta Langa has shades from straw yellow to intense gold and aromas reminiscent of white fruit and citrus fruits with hints of bread crust. On the palate it is harmonious, characterized by a delicate sapidity.

The Alta Langa rosé has a powder pink color or more pronounced when young, the aromatic intensity typical of Pinot Noir, with aromas ranging from grapefruit to spices, a balanced, full and long taste in which the characteristic sapidity of ‘Alta Langa Docg.

The fears of a vintage of poor quality that many ventured until June 2022 gradually translated into a fantastic harvest, certainly well above expectations. A winter with little snow and very little rain, a dry spring and a torrid beginning of summer led us to...

A "surprising" vintage that reaps the fruits of a year stormed by climatic extremes. First the spring frosts, which fortunately didn't affect flowering yet in its early stages, then the rains in June, finally the total summer drought: difficulties in the midst of which the vine was able to juggle, giving...