- Moscato Bianco
- Vineyards: Marly-limestone terrain. Southeast, south and southwest facing slopes at more than 400 metres above sea level. Contour ploughing and terracing are used throughout the vineyards and the vines are trained and pruned by hand. The vines are planted densely, with more than 7,000 shoots per hectare, trained in the traditional Guyot method with short trunks.
- Vinification: The ripened grapes are harvested selectively and gradually by hand, placed in small slatted crates and then immediately pressed and fermented. The wine is stabilized and cold-chain bottled in heavy Borgognone bottles. The label has a traditional design taken from the vineyard archives.
- Selection Massale