Langhe and Barolo

Barolo by Bartolo Mascarello tells Langhe and it highlights authentic tradition, with this historic winery founded by Bartolo and today led by his daughter Maria Teresa.

Symbol of this land, the method involves long macerations and slow aging in oak barrels.

A wine of great freshness, harmony and aromatic fragrance.

Valpolicella and Amarone

Giuseppe Quintarelli Amarone is a myth for Italian enology.

A classic able of mixing history and craftsmanship. This wine stays for many years in oak and then in the bottle, before it reaches the sale.

Intense jam notes, combined with coffee powder, spices and medicinal herbs distinguish it. Soft and enveloping, of great style.

Bolgheri and Super Tuscans

Tenuta dell'Ornellaia Ornellaia is a great international wine, known throughout the world.

The winery, now owned by Frescobaldi, was established in the 1980s and has since experienced an unstoppable rise.

An enthusiastic wine, harmonious, powerful.

Montalcino and Brunello

Caprili Brunello di Montalcino comes from various particles located in the south-western part of Montalcino.

Fermentation is spontaneous and lasts about three weeks. Maturation follows for thirty-six months in large Slavonian oak barrels and for four months in the bottle.

An intense, elegant and long-lived wine.

Burgundy and Pinot Noir

The Domaine Armand Rousseau was created at the beginning of the 20th century when Armand Rousseau planted a vineyard in the town of Grevey Chambertin, then buying more and more prestigious parcels. The soil is mostly calcareous and gives the wine an extraordinary complexity and finesse. Nobility of Pinot Noir.