Cantine Crosio Azienda Vitinicola Crosio Roberto

Roma 75, 10010 Candia Canavese TO - Piemonte

Telephone +39 339 863-6004

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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

Erbaluce di Caluso Primavigna

Erbaluce, in all its "disarming" and convincing simplicity. The wine is a faithful expression of this variety, with freshness and savouriness being the chief attributes.

It opens on the nose with notes of new-mown grass and delicate fruit. It hits the palate with a thunderous richness of savory and fresh sensations, leaving no room for softness.

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Product category: Piemont

Erbaluce di Caluso Costaparadiso

Challenging the common belief that white wines should be drunk within a year of harvest, we are convinced that Erbaluce evolves and ages beautifully.

Costaparadiso ferments and ages for about a year in wood, which gives the wine more complexity and good structure. The aromas are very evolved, with the hay and surmature fruit notes standing out. Notes of herbs, spices and hazelnut lead to the attack on the palate, where the softness given by ageing and the grape variety’s verticality create a smooth and mouth-filling texture.

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Product category: Piemont

Canavese Barbera Goccianera

Barbera, too, is a grape variety typical of the Canavese area. This is one of my signature wines, aged in wood for about one year, which can be described as an elegant, ample and powerful wine.

The nose reveals aromas ranging from ripe fruit to sweet spices given by ageing in wood. The palate offers graceful tannins which support Barbera’s elegant freshness, making the wine delightfully drinkable and enjoyable on its own, as well as paired with traditional Canavese dishes.

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About us

Company details

I ventured into winemaking in 2000, in the Caluso area, which is historically known for the Erbaluce grape variety. I have always felt a strong bond with winegrowing and the land, my land.

I chose a hard job, made up of relentless efforts and ongoing pursuit of perfection, but I wouldn’t change it for the world. I have applied to winemaking what my parents, whose restaurant Gardenia di Caluso has brought prestige to the Canavese area, have taught me all through my life: pursue excellence and get to the soul of things.

The moment I was given a vineyard by my parents marked the beginning of my fascination with winemaking, meant as a means for enhancing this noble white grape variety, but also the environment in which the grapes are grown, by "swimming against the tide", that is, investing time and resources into lesser-known red varietals, but nonetheless native to the Canavese region. My goal was to create wines with a soul, and the soul is a combination of grape variety, environment, climate and winegrower.

I have never taken shortcuts nor have I ever looked for an easy way out, by making an excessive use of modern techniques. I am firmly convinced that innovation should be placed at the service of the old farmer’s wisdom and respect for the land and nature.

Always busy chasing after the illusions of modern times, we too often forget what our grandfathers and great-grandfathers used to do: they had the wisdom to wait and intervene only if strictly necessary and always in step with nature.

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