Consorzio Colline del Monferrato Casalese

Consorzio Colline del Monferrato Casalese

Nestled amidst the rolling hills of Monferrato Casalese, a hidden gem awaits discovery: the Consorzio Colline del Monferrato. Established in 2016, this illustrious consortium serves as the harmonious union of 62 passionate wine producers, alongside three renowned wineries—Serralunga di Crea, San Giorgio, and Lu. Their collective mission? To safeguard, celebrate, and elevate the exquisite wines born from this enchanting terroir.

Picture a landscape where vineyards stretch as far as the eye can see, where the vines sway in the gentle breeze of the Piedmont region, and where the tradition of winemaking has been passed down through generations. Here, in the heart of Italy, the Consorzio Colline del Monferrato emerges as the guardian of the local wine heritage.

At the core of their dedication lies the Grignolino del Monferrato Casalese DOC, a wine as vibrant and nuanced as the rich tapestry of the Italian countryside. But that's not all—these passionate stewards also embrace the Barbera del Monferrato Superiore DOCG, a wine that transcends ordinary boundaries, and the alluring Rubino of Cantavenna DOC and Gabiano DOC. Each sip is a journey through time and terroir, a testament to the unique character of this captivating land.

In September 2018, the Consortium received a prestigious accolade from the Ministry of Agricultural and Food Policies, cementing its role as a guardian of tradition and a beacon of excellence. With this recognition, they are entrusted with the noble task of not only preserving these cherished wines but also sharing them with the world.

In the embrace of Consorzio Colline del Monferrato, you'll find not just a wine consortium but a custodian of culture, a curator of craftsmanship, and a champion of the rich oenological heritage that graces the Monferrato region. Join them on a journey of taste, where every bottle uncorks a story, and every sip is a toast to the passion and dedication of those who have nurtured these wines for generations.

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