* In Piedmont, north-west of Italy, in the heart of the rolling hills of Monferrato in the province of Alessandria, the winery is located Cà Bianca, Alice bel Colle near the town of Acqui Terme.
Piedmont, etymology "to the foot of the mountain" (at the foot of the mountain) is historically one of the regions most prestigious and well-known Italian wine heritage. Its splendid hilly areas, all of Langhe and Monferrato, situated at the foot of the Alpine chain that includes the highest peaks in Europe, perfectly combined in extremely suited for the cultivation of vineyards along with an ideal climate for their growth.
Hence one of the most suitable wine areas in Italy and in the world, you can count on 12 of the 48 Italian DOCG, as well as wines known and appreciated by a wide audience: Barbera, Barolo and Barbaresco among the reds, Gavi among whites , Moscato, Asti Spumante among the dessert wine or aperitif.
Ca 'Bianca was born in the early fifties, his estate has 39 hectares of vineyards that crown, in a single body, around the winery and bottling, and most of the vineyards is planted to Barbera, a typical grapevine the area, which adopts here, starting on the year 2008, the Barbera d'Asti DOCG. In addition to the range Barbera also offers a selection of the best wines of its territory such as Moscato d'Asti, Dolcetto d'Acqui, Gavi and Barolo. In line with its mission of young and dynamic winery, as well as offering classic, enrich the modern wines such as Nebbiolo Langhe and Roero Arneis.
Ca 'white meant precisely characterized as a modern winery, with no historical ties binding, which, in a continuous renewal, looks to the future.The primary objective is to provide top quality wines, recognizable by their typical area that is expressed in new forms, in line with the emerging styles of consumption.
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