Barbera d’Asti and Monferrato wines

The black grape varieties typical of Piedmont, Barbera, Dolcetto, Nebbiolo, Freisa are splendidly represented, while, always remaining in the Monferrato significant is the. Consorzio dell’Asti e Moscato d’Asti which protects the production of Moscato d’Asti, the main resource of the territory.

The real lord of the table is Barbaresco We have landed in the wonderful world of Tenuta San Mauro (Castagnole delle Lanze) ancient family history and passion. From mother Clara, Mauro took the pleasure of wine with the defense of authenticity at all costs; from father Ettore, he took the love for the land, for ancient agriculture, its traditions, its values. Tradition and challenge is the family motto.

The real lord of the table is Barbaresco We have landed in the wonderful world of Tenuta San Mauro (Castagnole delle Lanze) ancient family history and passion. From mother Clara, Mauro took the pleasure of wine with the defense of authenticity at all costs; from father Ettore, he took the love for the land, for ancient agriculture, its traditions, its values. Tradition and challenge is the family motto.

La Tenuta San Mauro

The Tenuta boasts excellent wines, including Alta Langa, a balanced, creamy and intense white with hints of dried fruit and ideal for fish dishes, white meats and medium-aged cheeses, Barbera d’Asti ruby red color, enveloping taste with hints of wild berries. Perfect with elaborate red and white meats, game and full-bodied first courses, a delicious Rosé that Chef Bongiovanni has unusual paired with a sensational Fassona tartare, rigorously cut by hand.

Rosè e fassona

Tenuta San Mauro offers rich tastings: more than two hours to experience the Barbaresco Experience with 3 ranges of the fabulous red or the Selection Experience, with a mix of rosé, chardonnnay, barbere, barbaresco and with a great fnale of Moscato d’Asti. All accompanied by local cheeses and cold cuts, bread and small pastries. Cost per person Euro 25 -35. Reservations  online

il Barbaresco della Tenuta San Mauro

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