Alta Langa DOCG (aka PDO) is the Piedmontese brut sparkling wine. A small appellation with a very long history: it was the first traditional method wine to be made in Italy, during the mid-19th century, in the “Underground Cathedrals” recognised by UNESCO as World Heritage.

It is made with Pinot noir and Chardonnay grapes, either 100% or in variable percentages. It can be white or rosé, brut or pas dosé, and it ages on lees for at least 30 months, in compliance with very strict production regulations.

Alta Langa is always a vintage wine, meaning that the year of harvest is always indicated on the label.

Alta Langa white features nuances ranging from pale straw yellow to deep gold, and aromas reminiscent of the grapes of origin and citrus fruit, accompanied by scents of crusty bread. The harmonious mouthfeel is delicately savoury.

Alta Langa rosé has a powder pink colour, which can be deeper when the wine is young. Characterised by the aromatic intensity of Pinot Noir, with scents ranging from grapefruit to spices, it has a broad and balanced flavour that lingers on the palate, and the characteristic savouriness of Alta Langa Docg.