Discover three emblematic grape varieties of Piedmont with the Ascheri estate. On the producer side, Ascheri is one of the references of the Piedmontese wine region since the estate has existed since the beginning of the 19th century. A long line of winegrowers who over the years have been able to improve their vinification techniques to produce quality wines. On the wine side, 3 vintages from 3 native grape varieties. In white, you will find a Langhe Arneis with bright and charming fruit, a fresh wine with a good length. In red, discover the Barbera grape variety: a wine with notes of blackcurrant and plum, fruity with supple tannins; fresh and fruity finish. Finally, immerse yourself in the heart of the Barolo appellation with this Nebbiolo made from a blend of several parcels. Notes of red berries and spices, a full mouthfeel with silky tannins and a long persistence; a wine that is already pleasant to taste but with great ageing potential.
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Bordered by the Alps in the north and the Apennines in the south, Piedmont is named after the mountainous massifs that surround the region. Piedmont literally means "at the foot of the mountains". Despite the fact that it ranks only as ...More infos
Ascheri is one of those estates historically linked to Barolo wines. It all began in the 19th century in the area of La Morra, a village located in the north-western part of the vineyard, where a plot of land named Ascheri still exists ...More infos