Castello di Uviglie
Castello di Uviglie is a small estate in Monferrato, Italy owned by Simone Lupano who, in 1992, re-launched the vine cultivation on the property. The Uviglie Castle rises on the hills to the east of Rosignano Monferrato at about 8 km. from Casale Monferrato. The Paucaparte di Celle family built it between 1239 and 1271 and in 1491 it passed to the Earls Pico-Gonzaga who started the agricultural activity. In 1820 the Earls Callori di Vignale inherited the castle and commenced the restructuring and refurbishment under the supervision of architect Arborio Mella. Check with Siema office for current vintages
Barbera del Monferrato Superiore
This wine is produced only in great vintage years. Dark ruby red in colour, with an intense and complex bouquet of mature cherries, prunes, wild berries and touches of vanilla and cocoa. Particularly well suited to roasts and red meat dishes, aged cheese which are not mould-veined.
Made from 100% Albarossa grapes, this is a dark red wine with intense color and a complex bouquet of purnes, wild berries, and touches of leather and tobacco. Full and dense, it is soft with a good balance. Good with red meat dishes and medium aged cheeses.
Bricco del Conte
Barbera del Monferrato