Wines produced:
Barbera d’Asti DOCG
Barbera d’Asti Superiore DOCG
Brachetto d'Acqui DOCG
Dolcetto d’Asti DOC
M.P.F. Rosato Pink
Monferrato DOC Bianco
Monferrato DOC Rosso
Moscato d’Asti DOCG
Piemonte DOC Rosato
Spumante Extra Dry

Wine tasting
Walks in the vineyards
Open all year
Via Roma, 31 - 15010 RICALDONE

The Rinaldi Winery is located in Ricaldone, on the Monferrato hills near the town of Acqui Terme, in one of the most beautiful areas of the south of Piedmont; an area awarded in 2014 a UNESCO World Heritage site for the vineyard landscape.
The company is family owned and was founded in 1961 by Oreste Rinaldi.  Now the business is carried on by his son Andrea. The love for their land, the passion for wine and the high quality production have always been at the heart of our corporate philosophy.
For over forty years we have “signed” wines made from the grapes of our vineyards (20 hectares), with rows of vines located in particularly suitable positions from which, among other things, you can enjoy breathtaking views of an unspoilt nature.

Moscato, Brachetto, Dolcetto, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Barbera and Rosè: our wines represent all that we hope to be splendour and of superb quality.

Our commitment is to maintain the tradition of production by combining it with the most modern technologies, to always offer the best possible product.  We also try to take care of the details that seem less important, for example the labels (original, very colourful and well linked to the wine they represent), or the colours that we have combined with our wines, colours that want to be a trace of the emotions that you will feel when tasting and enjoying them.

From our cellar we want only wines that are not forgotten, wines to be tied to our memories and the most beautiful moments.

The cellar, intended for the wine production, is equipped with cutting-edge machinery in strict compliance with the Piedmontese wine-making traditions. There is also a tasting room, an exceptional ambassador of our territory, Monferrato, which is one of the small-large homelands where the myth of Piedmontese enology lives on every day.

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