Alto Monferrato of Acqui


418 meters above sea level: this is the right height to take in three different crops, three ways of understanding the vineyard, its people and its fruits, with just a single glance.

Barbera, Moscato, Brachetto: the Alice hill lays between the Alps and the Apennines, a wonderful crossroads where different characteristics meet identifying a single territory.

We are in the Alto Monferrato of Acqui, surrounded by an extraordinary landscape between the provinces of Alessandria and Asti.

Vineyards can be sighted as far as the eye can see:

the 350 hectares of the 100 winegrowers of the Alice Bel Colle Winery produce over 32 thousand quintals of grapes annually, of which less than 25% is intended for bottle production.

The vineyard consists of 200 hectares of white Moscato, the most refined variety, 60 hectares of Brachetto, 50 hectares of Barbera and the remaining 40 hectares divided among Dolcetto, Chardonnay, Cortese and other grapes.

The Winery: a look at the future

More than half a century after its foundation, the company has undergone a significant evolution: today, it is the place where the excellence is acquired and expressed to win the market competition by finding a synthesis to the plurality. It is also a research and development engine, with yearly constant investments in technological innovation.

Many worthy figures get around the Winery, such as Beppe Caviola, one of the best oenologists of Piedmont.

Alice Bel Colle, a blend of wonderful scents: Barbera, Moscato and Brachetto