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Piedmont is a diverse region with many microclimates. Monferrato Area, in the Province of Asti and Alessandria, is one of the most famous grape-growing areas of Piedmont, and recently declared a UNESCO World Heritage site. The soil consists of calcareous and limestone, resulting in fresh, fruity wines with a unique minerality.Find out more
Langhe. The Langhe soil is rich in marine origins and the Barolo area in particular is characterized by calcareous-clayey, which gives wines with great structure and complexity. After 62 months of aging, of which 18 are in wood, Barolo can be characterized as “Riserva.”
Calcareous silty clay
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