A World Heritage Site since 2014, Monferrato is an enclave of Piedmont that stretches between Alessandria and Asti in a sequence of poetic landscapes and breathtaking views drawn by hills with fertile soils. Characterised by a dry climate, these landscapes are ideal for perpetuating the cultivation of a wide variety of gastronomic products appreciated and exported worldwide.
Divided between Basso, Alto and Astigiano, our Monferrato boasts a wine production that dominates the entire territory, making wine a symbol of its own culture and tradition.
Beyond vineyards: the Piedmont region is the first in Italy for biodiversity and cultivation of native products.
A large amount of fine raw materials available results in a noble food and wine tradition that seduces and surprises: from appetizers to desserts, in Monferrato everybody can taste the territory through the transformation of local raw materials into farm-to-table bites.