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Malgrà starts with the letter B.
Might not be the first in class, but the one you want to spend all your afternoons with.

It has the B of Barbera, the main variety of Monferrato, originating from property vineyards and vinified into several single vineyards in the heart of the Nizza DOCG area.

The B of Bubbles, traditional and Martinotti – Charmat methods, bringing the great Piedmontese sparkling wine tradition to everyday tables. And also, the B of BeviciSù, which rediscovers the lively taste of wine in a fun, genuine and authentic way.

Vineyards

Monferrato is wild. It is Piedmont’s far east. Endowed with brazen, heedless beauty. Monferrato does not want to please; it must not seduce you. It is all in one piece, mainly limestone and sandy. It is old. Wise. Cold and dry. The lower Monferrato is actually found in the north, it is where Nizza is produced, which goes with Barbera just like how Barolo goes with Nebbiolo. It is found on the north, because “lower” means that there are no high peaks, that its curves are more gentle, excellent for a drive, allowing for the time to admire the vineyards. As well as those rows of Barbera, which have tamed the surrounding hills, but still leaving room for woods, arable lands and hazelnuts.

The vineyards of Malgrà are mostly located within the municipality of Nizza Monferrato, the center of the Asti Monferrato area. At present, they stretch for about 40 hectares and are mostly clustered around a hilly ridge that represents the heart of the production of Nizza DOCG. The vineyards are mostly planted with Barbera, but there can also be found Moscato, Brachetto and Chardonnay grapes.

Every day, we see the versatility of the Barbera grape first hand, the most common grape variety in the region, brought around the world by Piedmontese migrants when they roam around because it was not possible to survive in Monferrato - one would end up going hungry. The Barbera has been a faithful companion in the fields, even when it was no longer cultivated in the local villages. With its acidity and few tannins. Each vineyard, however close to the others, expresses peculiar characteristics. This is why we have chosen to vinify each lot separately, in order to tell different stories but with one single origin.

Wines

ACCENT ON THE VINEYARD

Wines that come from single vineyards. Different expressions of one story, vintage after vintage and plot after plot.

MORA DI SASSI

Nizza DOCG Riserva

GRAPE: barbera
VINEYARD AREA: 3,50 Ha
MUNICIPALITY: Nizza Monferrato
FIRST YEAR OF PRODUCTION: 1998

An important piece of Nizza’s history, even before the Nizza denomination’s story has been written down in the production regulation. From a land rich in limestone and clay, kissed by the sun all day long.

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Malgrà - Straordinario Quotidiano

GAIANA

Nizza DOCG

GRAPE: Barbera
VINEYARD AREA: 5,00 Ha
MUNICIPALITY: Mombaruzzo and Nizza Monferrato
FIRST YEAR OF PRODUCTION: 1998

In Gaiana, between Mombaruzzo and Nizza Monferrato, once there were the Romans, who have given it its name. And, it is known, the Romans had an eye for the best places.

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INNUCE

Piemonte DOC Chardonnay

GRAPE: Chardonnay
VINEYARD AREA: 1,47 Ha
MUNICIPALITY: Mombaruzzo
FIRST YEAR OF PRODUCTION: 2011

Chardonnay has a long history in these areas, much longer than it might seem. The French – obviously – have brought it in the eighteenth century. This small plot of land is perfect for this grape, the minerality of the soil endowing it with structure and making it suitable for aging in wood.

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Malgrà - Straordinario Quotidiano

Cugnexio

Moscato d’Asti DOCG

GRAPE: Moscato

Yes, a Moscato single vineyard. In order to obtain not a simple end-of-meal wine, but the essence of a centuries-old history, aromatic complexity and pleasant drinkability.

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ACCENT ON THE EVERYDAY

Wines from extraordinary native vines: Barbera, Cortese and Brachetto. Produced to make every moment special.

BARBERA D’ASTI docg SUPERIORE

Fornace di Cerreto

A young adult, a Barbera in full force, with an innate elegance, yet to be discovered.

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BARBERA D’ASTI docg

Briga della Mora

The wine for a cook out with friends. The one you would want a second glass of, only to discover that they have already finished it.

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Barbera del Monferrato DOC Frizzante

Cantagalla

A sparkling Barbera, the everyday wine par excellence of the popular Monferrato tradition. Stay pop, stay sparkling!

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Gavi DOCG del comune di Gavi

Poggio Basco

100% Cortese, from a vineyard grown in the commune of Gavi. A classy, perfect white wine for a romantic dinner.

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Brachetto d’Acqui DOCG

Crémisi

A Brachetto in all of its aromatic splendor. From aperitifs to chocolates, it’s like drinking a garden of roses.

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ACCENT ON THE BUBBLES

Traditional method and sweet sparkling wines, two cornerstones of the Piedmontese tradition, reinterpreted according to Monferrato’s savoir faire.

Metodo classico rosé

Col dei Ronchi Rosé

Two hours of contact with the skins and voilà, here is this gorgeous salmon color! However, creating such fine bubbles takes a little longer, almost 4 years of aging. But finishing the bottle takes lesser.

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Metodo classico

Col dei Ronchi Brut

100% Pinot noir. Without frills, extreme. The legacy of cellar men who migrated to France to better learn the craft. At the beginning of the last century, they departed right from here.

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Asti DOCG

Bubbles + sweetness = Asti: is there anything else? Ah, right, that we make it well, carefully and with artisan skill, and using the estate’s Moscato grapes.

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Brachetto d'Acqui DOCG

Spumante

If pink is cool, Brachetto is chic! Produced with grapes from estate vineyards, it is a sweet sparkling wine, “Recoltant Manipulant” style.

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NOT SURE WHERE TO PUT THE ACCENT? BEVICISÙ!

Our version of an osteria wine. A symbol of festivity, designed with large sizes* and now also available in the bottle.

Piemonte DOC Barbera

Bevicisù
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Piemonte DOC Chardonnay-Sauvignon

Bevicisù
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Piemonte DOC Rosato

Bevicisù
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In Piedmontese dialect, it was called a “pinton”, and it was found on the tables of the best piolas, and on the counter of all the bars. It was everywhere, and for good reason ...