Wines produced:
Dolcetto d'Acqui e Dolcetto d'Ovada
Brachetto Rosè DOCG
Moscato Passito DOC
Sauvignon blanc
Barbera d'Asti
Brachetto d'Acqui DOCG
Alta Langa DOCG
Barbera d’Asti Superiore DOCG
Barbera d’Asti DOCG
Moscato d’Asti DOCG

Wine tasting

Visiting hours : from Monday to Saturday from 8 a.m. to 12 - from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.; Sunday 8.30 a.m - 12 or upon reservation
Via Roma, 2 - 15010 Ricaldone

Tre Secoli is the heritage of generations of winemakers, of those who lived over 500 everyday experiences in the rolling hills of Monferrato. Generations of winemakers worked these lands, whole families have been engaged in this great commitment since 1887, a project that has become a well-established wine-growing and producing enterprise.

The Ricaldone winery is located on the hillside. Its panoramic terraces dominate the landscape with its vineyards which are now listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. In its modern cellars the Moscato grapes and other different white grapes are processed and the using the best technologies available today.

“The quality of the wine comes from the vines”; this motto is for us synonymous with pride, all our members are daily assisted by our agronomists, farming in the vineyards follows the ancestral rhythms of nature, and the phyto-sanitary treatment is strictly controlled in order to ensure a pure and genuine product. These treatments are carried out exclusively if necessary and according to certified parameters and equipment, avoiding harmful waste. In the cellar high quality standards are guaranteed, and all the processes are supervised by oenologists employing the most up-to-date technologies in order to offer an absolutely top quality product.

Each of the grapes processed in our cellars belong exclusively to our members: when the grapes are delivered, their quality is analysed and the process that they will follow in the cellar is decided. Every single delivery is analysed, every single grape has a precise oenological use. Strictly following the health control regulations, the grapes are pressed or crushed and left to mature in stainless steel, or in vitrified concrete tanks. Only the best wines will be aged in oak barrels.

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