These wines are made from uncommon grape varieties indigenous to where they are grown and produced.
We work with independent producers who share our commitment to offering more variety to our table and ecosystem.
Agricultural biodiversity better serves the future of plants, land and us. Conservation through consumption.
The vines of Cascina Tavijn in the hills of Monferrato are planted amongst Italy’s best hazelnuts, in silt, sand, limestone and deep sandstone. In this largely forgotten part of Asti, their family’s groves remained planted, thus many old unique varieties of the area have been saved. Nadia used to adhere to the region’s DOC/G labels but has since abandoned these designations and their limitations, thus allowing her to produce the wine she wants to make.