Amalia Cascina in Langa s.r.l.

Loc. Sant 'Anna, 85, 12065 Monforte d'Alba
Telephone +39 0173 789013
Fax +39 0173 789950

Hall map

ProWein 2018 hall map (Hall 15): stand A41

Fairground map

ProWein 2018 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

Langhe Rossese Bianco

The Rossese Bianco grape was once widespread in the regions of Liguria and Piedmont but they slowly began to disappear.
A small quantity remains in Monforte d’Alba, where its presence has been certified for many years on the list of authorized grapes in Piedmont in the national registry of wine grape varieties.

  •   Name Langhe Rossese Bianco DOC
  • Town Monforte d’Alba
  • Grapes 100% Rossese Bianco
  • Vineyard size 0.5ha in the area of Sant’Anna di Monforte d’Alba, 0.5ha in the area of Salicetti di Monforte d’Alba.
  • Vineyards Sant’Anna has a northwest exposure and sits at an altitude of 450m above sea level where the soil has a lot of clay and lime and there are constant breezes. Salicetti has a northwest exposure, an average altitude of 450m above sea level, a Diano sandstone soil that dates back to the Tortonian era and a high percentage of sand.

Year of planting — Salicetti year 2008 – S’Anna year 2013

Vine training Guyot
Vineyard density 5,000 rootstocks/ha
Yield 70,000kg/ha
Winemaking method The grapes are picked by hand and are immediately sent to the winery. They are destemmed and pressed after which the must ferments, initially in stainless steel vats. Towards the end of fermentation, the wine is transferred into French-oak barriques where it remains for 12 months until bottling. Malolactic fermentation does not take place and there is frequent paddling to keep the lees in suspension.

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Product category: Piemont

Barbera d’Alba

The Barbera, a typical Piedmont grape, comes from the subzone of Sant’Anna in the town of Monforte d’Alba where it achieves good levels of maturity, concentration and freshness thanks to careful work done in the vineyard.

  • Name Barbera d’Alba DOC
  • Town Monforte d’Alba
  • Grapes 100% Barbera
  • Vineyard size 0.7ha in the area of Sant’Anna and 4ha in that of Montagliarotto.
  • Vineyards A more westerly exposure and an average altitude of 450m above sea level. The soil is clay-lime in Sant’Anna and clay in Montagliarotto.
  • Vine training Guyot
  • Vineyard density 5,000 rootstocks/ha
  • Yield 60,000kg/ha
  • Winemaking method The grapes are exclusively selected and picked by hand. The wine ages for around seven months before bottling.

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Product category: Piemont

Barolo Le Coste di Monforte

This is the first Barolo cru from Amalia Cascina in Langa, one produced with a selection of grapes from the prestigious Le Coste vineyard in Monforte d’Alba.
The vineyard has a marl-clay soil rich in chalk which allows the vines to produce a Barolo that has structure and volume and yet is soft to the palate, warm and pleasing.

  • Name Barolo DOCG
  • Town Monforte d’Alba
  • Grapes 100% Nebbiolo
  • Vineyard size 1ha in the area of Le Coste in Monforte
  • Vineyards Le Coste in Monforte d’Alba, east/southeast exposure, average altitude of 400m above sea level on the last hills of Barolo before Serralunga. The marl-clay soil has lots of lime and belongs to the Lequio formation from the Serravallian-Tortonian ages.
  • Vine age 20 years
  • Vine training Guyot
  • Vineyard density 5,000 rootstocks/ha
  • Yield 60,000 kg/ha
  • Winemaking method The grapes come from a single vineyard and are picked by hand. Fermentation takes place with maceration of the skins on the must for around 20-30 days depending on the harvest and according to tradition. After maceration the wine undergoes malolactic fermentation to then age in 2,600-liter French-oak barrels for around two and a half years. The wine then ages further in the bottle before sale.

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About us

Company details

The cellar
Amalia wines are the product of the vineyard and the terroir and are made in a winery where technological innovation closely and respectfully supports tradition.
The winery, next to the historic farmhouse, was built from scratch with close attention paid to detail. It was designed to respect the surrounding environment and is in part underground in order to blend into the landscape.
Esthetically, it has been embellished with a refined design, all thanks to the Gigi Boffa’s know-how in the construction business.
From a more functional point of view, the inside was conceived to best host a modern winery.

Only stainless steel, temperature-controlled vats are used to make the wine and French oak barrels, barriques and tonneau barrels are used for aging some of their wines.
A bright and spacious tasting room was also created to welcome visitors, buyers and sector professionals.

The presence of important works of art from the family’s private collection underscores their innate love of beauty. These include some 60 paintings and a dozen or so ceramic pieces for the most part by Italian artists. Together with works by well-known artists like Bay, Scanavino, Scarpitta, Savelli, Lodola and Schifano, there are those of Piedmont natives like Brazzani, Allasia and Nespolo. Standing out among the ceramic works is Gilda Brosio’s elegant and refined “Algid Cactus”.

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