45°35'36" N


8°13'41" E




about this subregion

Nestled in the heart of northern Piedmont, the Bramaterra DOC offers an environmental tapestry unlike any other. Its soils, a captivating blend of porphyry, granite, and clay, imbue the wines with a distinct mineral character, harmonizing effortlessly with the lushness of the surrounding landscapes. Amidst this rich environment flourishes the king of Piedmontese grapes: Nebbiolo. Known for its robust character and elegant tannins, Nebbiolo finds a unique expression in Bramaterra, giving life to wines that echo the soul of the region.

At the forefront of Bramaterra's vinicultural legacy are the Rosso and Riserva wines. The Rosso, with its vivid ruby hue, offers a bouquet of red fruits and violets, underlined by an intriguing minerality. It’s a wine that sings of youth, yet carries the wisdom of the terrains. The Riserva, on the other hand, is an ode to patience and time. Aged longer, it possesses a depth and complexity that speaks of long summer days, crisp autumn mornings, and the gentle passage of seasons.

In Bramaterra DOC, it’s not just about wine; it's about the alchemy of Nebbiolo and the environment, coming together to create liquid poetry in a bottle.



Vineyard Hectares





Discover Terroir

The Bramaterra DOC, located in the Piedmont region, covers the land in the hilly areas north of the national highway 141, in the municipalities of Masserano, Brusnengo, Curino, Roasio, Villa del Bosco, Sostegno and Lozzolo. Here, the Consorzio Valsesia as well as the Consorzio di Tutela Nebbioli Alto Piemonte are key to mantain the high quality standards of the wines produced in the DOC.

The climate of the region is Mediterranean, although there is frequent rainfall.  Due to the proximity to Monte Rosa, the vineyards are not affected by alpine winds, which could be detrimental.

The vineyards are located on fertile acidic porphyric soils. To the west, the soils are rich in sand and marine deposits, while to the south, the soils are deep and rich in silt and clay.


Most Planted Red Grape Varieties: Nebbiolo, Croatina, Bonarda novarese, Vespolina

Most Planted White Grape Varieties: Erbaluce

Nestled in the scenic hills of Piedmont, Italy, the Bramaterra wine region entices wine enthusiasts with its captivating range of red and white wines. Though relatively lesser-known, Bramaterra stands tall as a hidden gem, celebrated for its unique expressions and distinguished craftsmanship.

At the heart of Bramaterra's vinous tapestry lies a rich symphony of red wines. The Bramaterra DOC beckons with a delightful blend of Nebbiolo, Croatina, Vespolina, and other indigenous grape varieties. In the glass, the wines reveal deep garnet hues, teasing the senses with aromas of red berries, roses, and a hint of earthiness. On the palate, a harmonious dance unfolds, merging notes of dried fruits, spices, and velvety tannins. The Bramaterra reds are a testament to the region's winemaking artistry, enchanting with their complexity and age-worthy character.

While the reds take center stage, the whites of Bramaterra exude their own mesmerizing charm. The Erbaluce grape, native to the region, shines in the Bramaterra DOC. Dressed in radiant golden hues, these whites greet the senses with a bouquet of white flowers and hints of citrus. A lively acidity dances on the palate, complemented by flavors of ripe pear and delicate minerality. Bramaterra's whites offer a refreshing counterpoint to its reds, impressing enthusiasts with their elegance and versatility.

In Bramaterra, winemaking is a labor of love, steeped in generations of tradition and a profound respect for the land. The region's undulating vineyards, blessed by a favorable continental climate, foster the ideal conditions for grape cultivation. The winemakers' devotion to preserving the region's terroir echoes in every bottle, a testament to Bramaterra's winemaking heritage.

Both reds and whites of Bramaterra elevate gastronomic experiences, effortlessly pairing with Piedmont's flavorsome cuisine. The robust reds complement hearty pasta dishes, succulent roasts, and aged cheeses, while the crisp whites enhance the flavors of seafood and fresh vegetables. Dining in Bramaterra becomes an enchanting culinary journey, where each wine elevates the flavors and moments shared with loved ones.

In the Bramaterra wine region, a treasure trove of red and white wines awaits exploration. From the opulent red blends to the alluring Erbaluce whites, each bottle tells a tale of Piedmont's winemaking finesse. Embrace the charm of Bramaterra, a hidden gem that reveals the allure of red and white elegance in every sip.