Wines of Cascina Alberta are self produced and come entirely from the vineyard of its estate.

Two are the great D.O.C: Barbera d’Asti and Grignolino of Monferrato. The first one, during particular good years,
Small quantities of Barbera, in particularly fine vintages, are aged in small oak barrels, called barriques, and sold no earlier than two years after harvest.
Grignolino, rare outside of Monferrato, has a bright aroma, fragrance and lightness that perfectly accompanies any meal.

A rosè wine, “Brugo”, closes our wine selection. Vinified in white, with a blend of Barbera, Grignolino and Freisa, it’s a pleasant alternative to white wine, and is recommended as an aperitive or to accompany light meals.