Tenute Cisa Asinari dei Marchesi di Grésy S.S.A.

Loc. Martinenga-Strada Delle, Stazione, 21, 12050 Barbaresco (CN)
Italy

Telephone +39 0173 635221
Fax +39 0173 635187
marinella@marchesidigresy.com

This company is co-exhibitor of
Vinissimo GmbH

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ProWein 2017 hall map (Hall 16): stand C31

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ProWein 2017 fairground map: Hall 16

Our range of products

Product categories

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

Our products

Product category: Piemont

Grésy Chardonnay Langhe Doc

Barrel fermentation and aging soften the acidity of this chardonnay which offers a complex bouquet with good possibility for bottle aging.

Intense and long on the palate, with great class and balance, this wine marries well with shellfish and seafood dishes, even those that are richly sauced.

Type of wine:
Dry white wine.

Position of the vineyards:
Situated in the Commune of Barbaresco and Treiso, south facing exposure, 250/320 respectively a.s.l.

Grape variety:
Chardonnay 100%.

Vinification:
Distemming and pressing of grapes followed by a cold settling of the must at a low temperature, fermented in French oak (Allier) barrels (all new) for a period of approximately 22 months, until the wine is ready.

To be drunk with:
A perfect companion to starters, seafood, even when richly seasoned. Drink at 9/10° C.

Tasting notes:
Colour: brilliant straw yellow

Bouquet: blanced, intense and fine fruity aromas, with notes typical of the varietal that match very well with the delicate bois� of the oak

Taste: full, harmonious, with good complexity and persistent after taste

Technical data for the 2013 vintage:
Alcohol: 13% alc./vol.

Total acidity: 5,69 g/l in tartaric acid

Residual sugar: -

Ageing: bottling and ageing for a few months before the wine is put on the Market

Type of bottle: borgognotta antica foglia morta

Estimated life: 10 years approximately

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Product category: Piemont

Monte Colombo Barbera d'Asti Doc

Our top selection of grapes, this Barbera d'Asti d.o.c.g. comes from an historically vacated vineyard that was left for many years abandoned, which Franco Dapino Benzo (a friend from Alberto' childhood) gave us the opportunity to use.

Since 1998 the new plantings of a notably high density combined with excellent climate/soil conditions and a splendid exposure, favor an optimum maturations of the grapes.

This results in a high quality wine, extremely enjoyable with a great aging ability.

Type of wine:
Red wine.

Position of the vineyards:
In the Commune of Cassine (Alessandria province). Exposure: to the South.

Grape variety:
Barbera d'Asti 100%.

Vinification:
A traditional vinification. Temperature controlled maceration with regular pumpings over. Skin contact lasts around 10 days aiming to achieve an optimum extraction of colour, flavours and tannins. Subsequent malolactic fermentation in stainless still tanks.

To be drunk with:
Ideal with pasta and strongly flavoured read meat dishes. Excellent with piedmontese cuisine ("Bagna Cauda", Fritto Misto, Bollito/ mixed boiled meats).

Tasting notes:
Colour: ruby red with intense violet hues

Bouquet: strong and rich typical aromas of intense red berry fruits and ripe cherry

Taste: a mouthfilling elegant strong character, warming and excellent balance and optimum length on the palate. A wine with a great personality

Technical data for the 2011 vintage:
Alcohol: 15% alc./vol.

Total acidity: 5,98 g/l in tartaric acid

Residual sugar: dry

Ageing: 12 months in French barriques (Allier oak) followed by 16 months in Slavonian oak casks of 25hl and other 10 months in the bottle

Estimated life: 15 years

Type of bottle: bordolese verde antico

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Product category: Piemont

Martinenga Langhe Doc Nebbiolo

Produced from grapes grown in the same vineyard for our Barbaresco, this wine has all the character and elegance of a great nebbiolo with an intense perfume of fine flowers and mature berries.

Fresh and pleasant on the palate with typical tannic backbone, it is ideal with grilled foods, white and red meats, and medium aged cheeses.

Type of wine:
Red wine.

Position of the vineyards:
In the Barbaresco village, with south west exposure and an altitude 280 m a.s.l. The vineyard gives its name to the wine.

Grape variety:
Nebbiolo 100%.

Vinification:
In red, with emerged cap and maceration on the skins for 6/7 days at a controlled temperature of 26° C. Malolactic fermentation is carried out in full after the alcoholic one is completed.

To be drunk with:
Ideal with both white and red meats.

Tasting notes:
Colour: brilliant ruby red medium

Bouquet: intense and persistent, fruity, reminiscent of raspberries, plum, sour black cherry, cherry jam

Taste: balanced, harmonius, pleasently tannic with persistent aftertaste

Technical data for the 2014 vintage:
Alcohol: 13,5% alc./vol.

Total acidity: 5,59 g/l in tartaric acid

Residual sugar: dry

Type of bottle: bordolese verde antico

Estimated life: 6/7 years

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About us

Company details

Le Tenute Cisa Asinari dei Marchesi di Grésy, owned by the di Grésy family since 1797, began producing their own wines in 1973 following a decision by Alberto di Grésy.

The vineyards are situated in the Langhe and Monferrato areas, which are recognized as the home of Piedmont's greatest wines.

The four estates are: Martinenga in the heart of Barbaresco, Monte Aribaldo in Treiso, Cuneo province, La Serra and Monte Colombo in Cassine, Alessandria province.

Grapes from all the estate vineyards are brought to the central winery at Martinenga to be made into high quality wines with the greatest respect for tradition and nature, where the aim is to faithfully transfer as much as possible of the identity of the terroir and the varietal into the bottle.

Our company is able to produce wines to accompany the entire meal, each one the expression of the character and personality of its terrain of origin. Meticulous work in the vineyard and the cellar means our red and white wines can also be enjoyed several years after bottling.

Although our wines can be found all over the world, the best way to taste them is still in their place of origin, and we invite you to come and see us at the winery. A visit to Martinenga, with a walk through the rows of vines, a tour of the barrel cellar and a stop in our tasting room will explain much more than words ever can. You are very welcome.

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