Moscato: sweet with a wild side

A land of borders between the Langhe and Monferrato, the zone of Asti Spumante and Moscato d’Asti has the fortune to retain unique characteristics of both territories. To the southeast beyond Santo Stefano Belbo, wild and steep hills climb over green valleys that are little known and less explored, such as those of Bormida and Belbo. To the northwest near Canelli, the Asti Monferrato stretches out with gentle hills, rather more tamed and disciplined, dotted with church spires, bell towers, and castles.


A theater in the vineyards

If you love two wheels, the whir of a tiny motor, and the wind in your hair, this is the itinerary for you. Saddle up on your Vespa and enjoy an afternoon in the sun cruising through hills blanketed with Moscato vineyards, taking a pause to taste the best this Canelli territory has to offer.


Canelli underground

The underground cathedrals of Canelli are a unique expression of traditional oenology in these zones that are famous for Moscato d’Asti. If visiting the Asti area, don’t miss the occasion to taste some of the region’s literally hidden treasures.


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