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Vines Nebbiolo ( %)

Color: Bright ruby red with garnet nuances.
Smell: Elegant and fine on the nose, small fresh red fruits, floral nuances and balsamic hints.
Taste: On the palate it is fresh, with perfectly balanced tannins. Rich in fruit aromas and persistent.
Food pairing: Perfect on red meats, caggione, mushroom and truffle dishes, aged cheeses.

Castello di Neive

The Stupino brothers - Anna, Giulio, Italo and Piera - are the owners of the Castle and about 60 hectares of land in Neive. They were all born in Neive as well as their parents, grandparents and great-grandparents. The history of the company begins when their father, Giacomo, begins to make use of his experience as a surveyor and great connoisseur of the area and to acquire, where possible, land and vineyards in the best positions. In the small cellars of the old Stupino house, the first production of wine for domestic consumption and for bulk sale begins. Messoirano, Montebertotto, Basarin, Valtorta, I Cortini: the number of farms and vineyards purchased by Giacomo grows and so does production. And so it was that in 1964 the castle was acquired with its spacious cellars and with the Santo Stefano and Marcorino farms, as well as other lands already owned by Count Guido Riccardi Candiani. This is the turning point that drives the organization of the cellar, the restructuring of the vineyards and the production of wine with modern systems. On the death of Giacomo in 1970, Giulio and Italo take care of the transformation from sharecropping to direct management of the assets, with the precious help of Talin Brunettini, skilled cellarman and connoisseur of agronomic techniques. Then begins the first bottling and the introduction of the wines of Castello di Neive in the world. In 1978 another great milestone: thanks to the collaboration between Italo and some great personalities of the Turin Faculty of Agriculture, the clonal selection plant begins on the Arneis, an abandoned and almost unknown grape, whose rediscovery the Castello di Neive has played a central role. In spring 2012, it was decided to transfer production operations and therefore machinery and stainless steel tanks to a new technical structure with a rational layout, concentrating all the large and small wooden barrels for the castle cellars. aging of wines. The company currently owns 60 hectares of land, all in the municipality of Neive, in the Langhe area. Of these, 26 hectares are intended for the cultivation of grapes. All the wine production, about 12,000 cases per year, is obtained from the own grapes.

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