Grignolino is an indigenous DOC black grape, known only in the hilly areas of Castegnole Monferrato, Scurzolengo and Portocomaro (Asti, Piedmont). Known since the Romans under the name of Barbesinus, it was greatly appreciated by the king of Spain, Charles V, a great admirer of this rare wine.

Grignolino, with it intense and refined bouquet and with its spring scents of violet and sword-lily, knows how to fascinate the most demanding palates. A wine full of character, which organoleptic properties do not give room to negotiations: either you love it or you leave it.

It is considered as the whitest of reds and the reddest of whites; it will undoubtedly be appreciated by those who want to distinguish themselves.


Grignolino d'Asti "Grignè"