Azienda Agricola Ghiga Giovanni

Strada Provinciale Balbi, 12, 12053 Castiglione Tinella (CN)

Telephone +39 0141 968289

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ProWein 2017 hall map (Hall 15): stand B51

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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

Moscato d’Asti DOCG 2015

The Moscato wine has always gone very well with desserts; it’s a great combination with all pastries, biscuits and dried pasta; it is also the perfect match with some neutral and light cheeses. The Moscato wine is also ideal for flavoring ice cream and sorbets, and for preparing fruit salads, tasty cocktails and long, low alcohol drinks. The Moscato wine is traditionally the wine for toasting during the holiday seasons and feasts. It is capable of evoking joy and creating a good mood even if one is a little down. Its sweetness and fragrance make it ideal for accompanying all the happy and joyful moments of life, like birthdays and weddings. This product should be served preferably at a temperature between 5 – 6 ° C.

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Product category: Piemont

“Ultimo Grappolo” White wine made from dried grapes

The Passito di Moscato (Raisin wine) can be paired in many ways, with anything from cheese to pastries. Thanks to its liqueur consistency, “Ultimo Grappolo” can also be served as a sweet liqueur drink with low alcohol content. It is excellent for matching with desserts of all kinds and biscuits; goes well with cheese, too, if they it’s not too strong. This raisin wine can also be used for preparing tasty fruit salads, cakes and “tiramisù”. “Ultimo Grappolo” is a wine for meditation and thought. It’s a great companion for reflecting. It can be drunk alone while contemplating but also along with joyful company, for example at the end of a meal as a digestive. It should be served preferably at a temperature of 10° C.

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Product category: Piemont

Barbera d’Asti DOCG 2014

Barbera d ‘Asti goes extremely well with all the typical dishes of the Piedmont tradition, in particular with second course meat and game dishes. Thanks to its acidity and structure, it can go very well with fresh and strong cheeses, but also with structured dishes that are particularly demanding .

Barbera is the “wine of meats” and memorable meals. It is an excellent companion for festive dinners and lunches such as Christmas, New Year, Epiphany or Easter. A great way to savor it is, for example, with lentils and pig’s trotter, or alternatively with roasted wild boar. Thanks to its harmonious taste, Barbera can also be a wine of meditation that can help reasoning and accompany thoughts of all kinds. It should be served preferably at a temperature of 18 – 20 ° C.

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About us

Company details

When in 2009, Giovanni’s young nephew Enrico Ghiga joined the company, further progress was made. Ever since the age of 16 Enrico was interested in his family farm, with a particular interest in the business of wine-making. He began to develop his project: take up and continue his grandfather’s ancient craft and create a new and modern winery. He successfully graduated in viticulture – enology at the School of “Wine” in Alba. Upon completing his studies Enrico threw himself heart and soul into the family business and began making wine from the grapes produced on the farm and began producing the classic wines in that area. In 2010 major investments were made in the winery in order to make it more modern as far as the machinery is concerned and more competitive in both quality and production.

The year 2010 was a very important year for the Ghiga business because it officially took up once again the ancient art of making wine, in particular the Moscato d’Asti DOCG, and the first successes soon arrived.

In September 2012, the Moscato Ghiga Vintage 2011 was awarded and received recognition at the National Wine Competition Douja d’Or in Asti.

Currently Enrico Ghiga is just over 23 years old, and works alongside his brother Davide (who is studying at the School of Enology in Alba), his mother Angela and his uncle Giovanni.

Enrico takes care of the technical aspects (along with his brother and an external wine-maker) and also deals with the commercial and managerial side of the Company.

Angela deals with the commercial and promotional aspects, along with Enrico, and Giovanni carries out the Company’s agricultural work .

The family is constantly engaged in cultivating the vineyards, producing wine in the cellar, trade promotion and is continuously searching for new customers, so that the Company may peacefully continue on their journey of growth which has just begun.

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