Scaglione Gabriele

Massimo D'Azeglio, 8, 14053 Canelli (AT)

Telephone +39 335 322773

Trade fair hall

  • Hall 15 / B51
 Interactive Plan

Hall map

ProWein 2017 hall map (Hall 15): stand B51

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ProWein 2017 fairground map: Hall 15

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.09  Italy
  •  Piemont

Our products

Product category: Piemont


Moscato d'Asti is a large aromatic fragrance product, sweet and fresh sensations of great harmony and pleasantness. It pairs well with desserts after meals, fresh fruit, with pastries at any time of the day.
Harvest (hand-picked): late August, first week of September.
Soil: Geological origin or tertiary Miocene, marine sedimentation. It is essentially characterized by light gray marl and sandstone (Langhiano - Serravaliano).
Plant density: 4000 Vines / Ha Average age of vines: 30-40 anni
Yielt per plant: 3 Kg
Exposure: suuth - West
Pressing grapes: soft pressing
Fermentation: in refrigerated steel for the conservation of the must, until ready to use.
Yeasts: selected yeasts. Autochthonous.
Ageing: the filtered must is kept in cold storage at a controlled temperature, around zero degrees celsius, until the time of processing for fermentation.
Alcohol: 5,5 % Vol
Colour: straw yellow color more or less intense depending on the vintage.
Bouquet: intense but delicate with hints of flowers and fruits
Taste: elegant, refined. The delicate and balanced sweet are given by the fruity aromas typical of the Muscat grapes.
Best served at a temperature of 8-10 ° C.

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Product category: Piemont


Harvest (hand-picked): October
Vineyard area: TREISO
Soil: Compact gray marls, alternating with layers of sand. Land and climate are the basis for the production of great red wines
with long aging determine their character that makes them unique.
Plant density: 4300 Vines / Ha
Average age of vines: 28-30 years
Yielt per plant: 1,8 Kg
Exposure: South-West
Variety: 100% NEBBIOLO
Pressing grapes: grapes are crushed - mechanical
Fermentation: red vinification with temperature control.
Recycled from the bottom to the top at least twice a day .
Yeasts: selected yeasts autochthonous
Maceration: 12 days
Ageing: 24 months in Slavonia oak barrels and 8/10 months in bottled.
Alcohol: 14,00 % Vol
Colour: Red intense garnet
Bouquet: typical, elegant with intense aromas of undergrowth.
Taste Balanced enveloping and velvety. Soft tannins.
Serve with: red meats, overcooked and boiled meats, game, dishes based truffles and aged cheeses.
It should be served at a temperature: 18-20 ° C.

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Product category: Piemont


Obtained by careful selection of Arneis e Chardonnay grapes
First vintage: January 2016 with 2008 vintage
Produced in limited quantities.

Harvest (hand-picked): September (1-15 settembre)
Soil: Sandy, calcareous – Clayet. The soil is of very ancient origin, characterized by the “Rocche” (Sandy and friable).
They constitute an excellent environment for the production of wines austere, but of particular finesse and elegance with floral and fruity notes.
Plant density: 5000 Vines / Ha
Average age of vines: 18-20 years
Yielt per plant: 2 Kg
Exposure: West, South-West
Pressing grapes: grapes are crusched-mechanical.
Fermentation: vinification of the must at controlled temperature.
Yeasts: selected yeasts. Autochthonous.
Ageing: The Arneis has a refinement in steel tanks for 10 months and the Chardonnay passed in barrels (0% new) for 12 months. During all the aging process, the decisions are made only after careful evaluations and continuous tastings.
Alcohol: 13,00 % Vol
Colour: intense straw yellow, with golden reflections
Bouquet: intense, characteristic, with hints of flowers, white fruits and vanilla.
Taste: important and generous. Slight aftertaste of almond and vanilla. Very long.
It is a fine complement to aged cheeses, the important flavors, crustaceans, oysters and foie gras.
Best served at a temperature of 10-12 ° C.

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About us

Company details

I was born in the region of Piemonte in a small town called Canelli which is situated between the most important wine areas of the Langhe and Monferrato – the birth place of the very first Italian sparkling wine.
The rolling hills are bursting with vineyards where you can’t help but “breathe in” the wonderful scent of the harvest, and witness the endless discussions between the farmers and their workers trying to determine whether it could be a “great year”!
Maybe it was a path already laid out before me – the combination of my passion and love for beautiful objects, my love of good food and of course great wine – that have led me to to take on this role of “independent spirit”, whose work is dedicated to bringing excellent quality products to market.
Rigorous selection is at the heart of everything I do – nothing is left to chance.
It is a process of my constant search for land with the best soil and exposure to the sun, the optimum age of the vines that give the best quality grapes through low yields, and the absolute minimum use of pesticide treatments – all these elements combined to offer unique wines.
My overriding quest and commitment is to offer products capable of seducing and expressing great emotions.

Gabriele Scaglione

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