Ruchè is a DOCG wine from the municipality of Asti (Piedmont), made from the homonymous indigenous grape. Trained in just 100 hectares in the gentle Monferrato hills, its origin is yet unknown. It was brought to Piedmont by the Spanish troops during the late 17th century or in the late Middle Age by the Benedictine monks, who planted it in vineyards trained nearby a church devoted to St. Roc, no longer standing today. While tasting this wine, the most refined and demanding palates will be delighted by the floral hints, with geranium and rose petals, ripe red fruit and spices.

We invite you to discover one of the most sought-after and appreciated Italian red wines, one of our wine-producing excellences.


Ruchè di Castagnole Monferrato DOCG "La Tradizione"