Toc: A new one this year made from Slarina grapes from a young vineyard planted over clay at altitude in Pinerolo. The vineyard is planted with ten different varieties, as well as plenty of fruit trees. The grapes were destemmed and fermented for two months on skins before a short rest in vat, making for a pretty, perfumed wine that pairs delicate flavours of plum, alpine flowers and a gentle spice.
Bianca: Another debutant, Bianca is Cortese and Chardonnay from vines just beneath Nadia’s home, blended with a little Moscato. The grapes were destemmed and spent a week on skins before pressing off to age for 9 months. A savoury and floral skin contact wine with dried stone fruit, chamomile and exotic spices.
Teresa: Named after Nadia's grandmother, a heady, perfumed Ruche made from vines planted over sand, silt and limestone. Floral aromas of lavender and rose with plenty of ripe black fruit underneath and an earthy, mineral character on the finish.
Ottavio: Grignolino from young vines planted over sand, silt and limestone. The grapes were destemmed and macerated for two months before being pressed off to vats until July. Rugged and savoury with bright red berries, exotic spice and firm, lightly bitter tannins.
Vino Rosso: Freisa from young vines planted over Asti’s soft, sandy soils. It spent two months on skins before being pressed off to fiberglass tanks. With a wonderful balance of earth and sweet red berry fruit, it's a pure and honest wine that drips with rustic charm.