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Marco Serra

We are in the territory of the town of Aquara (Salerno), amidst centuries-old olive groves, Mediterranean Mediterranean vegetation, and grapevines: a part of this history belongs to the Tenuta Mainardi

Gianluca Morino

Great-grandmother Margherita left her mark. Little Gianluca Morino grew up with her, inheriting her love for vineyards, for hard work that knows no holidays and never ends, season after season.

Maria Borio

Borio family is bound to Costigliole d’Asti since 1198. The passion of this family for wine gave rise to Cascina Castlet.

Tracce di vino rosso

The small and precious DOC Botticino is born in the Valverde, precisely behind the marble quarries. There are 37 hectares of vineyard that hug the Prealpi slopes

Famiglia Bologna Braida

A sparkling La Monella Barbera del Monferrato sparkling and Montebruna Barbera d’Asti di Braida will be presented at a tasting at the Douja della...

Mario Espinoza

Bèsame mucho: is the restaurant of the Mexico pavilion and EXPO MILANO 2015. Recently a meeting of passion occurred here between the descendants of...

bagna caoda

Nutrito’s journey continues amidst the flavours of Italian cities: this time in the ancient ‘Augusta Taurinorum’, the city of the Mole Antonelliana. Welcome to...

Asti Unesco

Langhe, Roero, Monferrato: nature, peasant tradition, flavors. A wonderful region, ready to be rediscovered in his capacity as a World Heritage Site. «Una eccezionale testimonianza...


Ilaria Guidantoni

The Mediterranean, for its characteristic of being a closed sea, feeds off the lands it touches upon in an intensely intimate relationship, fuelling a correspondence among them as well.