Asti and Moscato



Asti and Moscato d’Asti, DOCs since 1967, obtained their recognition as wines with the appellation of controlled and guaranteed origin in 1993.
Asti is 12% overall minimum proof, 7-9.5% acquired; it shows fine, pesistent froth, brilliant clearness, straw yellow to light golden colour, peculiar, definite, delicate fragrance, aromatic, peculiar, gently sweet, well-balanced flavour.

To better taste Asti, tradition suggests using a goblet, while current trends head towards , as for all other sparkling wines, flutes which allow a greater evaluation of the froth and effervescence, as well as a longer release of the peculiar aroma.

Moscato d’Asti, with a total overall proof of  11%, 5.5-6.5% acquired, shows brilliant clearness,  sort of straw yellow colour, peculiar and fragrant aroma,  sweet, aromatic peculiar  taste, sometimes lively and sparkling.  Moscato d’Asti favor shorter, wider-based stem glass.



Masche (witches)

Legends and superstitions about the witches in Piedmont. Witches are still a vivid part of folk memory and the Langhe has its very own variety called “masche”.



The area of Barolo includes 11 Communities such as La Morra, Barolo, Serralunga, Castiglione Falletto, Monforte and Verduno.

Barbaresco DOCG


The docg territory of Barbaresco is included in the Communities of Neive, Barbaresco and Treiso, in addition to the hamlet of Alba, San Rocco Seno d’Elvio.


Associazione Turismo in Langa
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