We strive for quality through attention to process and detail. Manual harvesting allows the selection of the best grapes from both historic vineyards planted more than 60 years ago and younger ones. Vinification takes place in small-capacity vats, enhancing the characteristics of each vineyard.
The Nizza Docg
The vineyards from which the grapes for our Nizza are harvested are located in the heart of the production area. From these come wines of absolute finesse and elegance, with excellent quality standards capable of surprising year after year.
The Barbera d’Asti
Ruby red color, great structure, intense hints of cherry and red fruits and an acidity that enhances its freshness. Barbera d’Asti appeared in these areas in the 1600s and is one of Piedmont’s most representative black grape varieties.
The Reds of Tradition
Grignolino, Freisa and Nebbiolo are grape varieties with centuries-old histories and symbols of our Monferrato. Small productions treated with care to bring out all their qualities.
The Metodo Classico
Almost one hundred years after obtaining the first production licence, our family has decided to pick up the threads of the portfolio that has distinguished us in the wine world for generations. Unofficially we were already talking about it, but now we can officially present it to you: our Metodo Classico is out.
The White Wines
Vineyards in the areas traditionally best suited for the production of Chardonnay and Cortese, our whites have a long history. Written about these wines are the first editions of the Bolaffi catalogs, whose selection was personally overseen by Luigi Veronelli.
The Sweet Wines
Aromatic, sweet and harmonious. Moscato d’Asti is an aromatic grape of great importance to the Piedmontese wine scene and finds its greatest expression in the area south of Nizza Monferrato.