Asti is Vittorio Alfieri and Paolo Conte; it is palaces and monuments in all different styles, alternating from Baroque to Gothic to Liberty. Asti is buildings both sacred and powerful; it’s wine and gastronomy that manifest in events that are famous the world over. It is a city made for man, with its manageable 75,000 inhabitants, and the best way to know it is to live it and to lose yourself in its streets.


Nizza Monferrato

The temple of the Piedmontese Barbera wine is raised up on more than column. Nizza is surely one of them, so much so that its name is given to a subzone that, for the Nicesi, represents a “superzone.” Nizza DOCG (formerly Barbera d’Asti Docg Superiore Nizza) is produced in a restricted area of 18 communities of the Nizza territory that follow strict guidelines, beginning with the minimum production of grapes per hectare: 70 quintals in this subzone as opposed to the 90 quintals of Barbera d’Asti DOCG.


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