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The La Cascinetta winery champions an indigenous, aromatic grape called Ruchè. It is one of the most exciting varieties making a comeback in the Piedmont region today.

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AT A GLANCE

With the help of her parents, Valentina established the family-owned winery in 2008 from an abandoned vineyard. “La Cascinetta” is named after the old farmhouse on the property. Valentina and her partner, Giancarlo, personally see to every stage of production from the organically farmed vineyards to vinification and bottling. In the hills of Castagnole Monferrato, just outside the town of Asti, the DOCG comprises of just over 100 hectares, bouncing back from near extinction in the 1970s. This unique and expressive grape is one of the most exciting varieties making a comeback in the Piedmont region today. Locally it was a wine reserved for special occasions, and thanks to the DOCG status granted in 2010, we are seeing a renaissance of complex, beautiful wines made with Ruchè grape. Practicing organic.

​LOCATION
REGION
WINEMAKER 
ESTATE OWNER
FARMING

Piedmont
Ruchè di Castagnole Monferrato DOCG
Valentina Bortolin
Valentina Bortolin

Practicing organic, 2.7 hectares planted

KEY GRAPE VARIETIES

Ruchè

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THE WINES

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Ruchè di Castagnole

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ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

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