Alemat Winery, Wine History Leaves its Mark
The Alemat Winery is situated in the central Monferrato which belongs to UNESCO Heritage. Surrounded from breath-taking vineyards with steep hills of Monferrato, Alemat produces many award-winning wines. Moreover, the winery has of one of the 200 years old, typical underground cellars, known as Infernot. These infernots are hand carved into the stone and intended for storing wine. Savio Dominici is the owner and a prime winemaker of Alemat whose vineyards extend up to an area of 4.5 hectares. His friendship with one of the renowned winemakers from Langhe sparked the desire in him to create his own family winery. Over the years, his love for wines and vines increased, and finally, in 2012, he established Alemat. His wife supported him throughout his journey as she is the sales manager of the winery.
How Alemat Acquired Its Name
The name of the winery is encompassing and tells their story: in Piedmontese dialect, Alemat (A l’è mat!) means “is crazy.” But at the same time the winery name includes the names of the sons of the owner: Alessandro and Matteo. At Alemat Winery, the owners cultivate rich, quality vines, including Barbera, Grignolino, and Croatina and produce red wines with the advice of one the best winemakers in Piedmont.
Intoxicate your Senses with a Tasting at the Winery
If you want to come across something exceptional, that includes the commitment to make fine wines using high-quality grapes, take a tour to Alemat. You can also organize your special events, such as birthdays and much more in the cellar. They also compose gift packages that might include a visit to their winery, guided tours to the vineyard and the cellar.