Sbarbata Brut Rosè
“Sbarbata” is a fantasy name which is derived from Italian word Sbarbato – a very young guy, still without a beard. We call this wine Sbarbata – like a female, because Barbera is a female grape.
This is a very young, light, easy to drink, fruity and passionate wine. We add a little bit of Moscato to add some delicate aromatic tones in this beautiful sparkling wine.
Gavi Di Gavi DOCG
Gavi di Gavi is considered to be one of the most elegant italian white wines. Gavi takes its name from the town, which is situated at the centre of the production zone. Despite being more closely linked in style with its neighboring region Liguria, Gavi di Gavi wines are still considered Piemont’s white jewel in the crown. It got DOCG status in the 1998 and its vineyards are mainly found in the hills of the communes in the provincia of Alessandria.
Piemonte DOC Chardonnay
Chardonnay is the most popular white wine grape grown throughout the world. Yet no matter where Chardonnay is grown, there are some common threads that reveal themselves: apple, pear, honey, lemon and butterscotch. This wine is not oaked, which allows the essence of the Piedmont Chardonnay grape to reveal itself.
Barbera d'Asti DOCG
Barbera d’Asti is very important for me, as my Grandfather Guasti Clemente was one of the pioneers to bottle Barbera grape and bring Barbera wines at the absolutely new high quality level. Also my mother’s family winemaking traditions go way back to pioneer Secondo Guasti, who emigrated to Claifornia in 1881, taking cuttings of Barbera, which already after decade became the worl’d largest vineyars of this grape.
World famous for centuries, this noble descendent of the Nebbiolo varietal is historically associated with the Italian Risorgimento. Great names such as those of Marquess Giulia Falletti di Barolo, Count Cavour and the first members of the Savoy Royal family witnessed its birth and contributed to making it great. An austere, generous and age-worthy wine rightly considered to be the pride of the Italian wine-making tradition.
Moscato d'Asti DOCG
A sweet aromatic wine was first mentioned in the documents of 17th century. It was the 1st sparkling wine of Asti produced using classical method. Then people like my grandfather Clemente Guasti started to produce it using the Martinotti method and later they also started to produce a more artisanal and natural wine with normal classical cork that is marked with the appellation of Moscato d’Asti DOCG.
In 2021 we proudly introduced our oil production as an addition to our product line.
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