Hic et Nunc winery: a natural amphitheatre
Hic et Nunc is located in Basso Monferrato of the Piedmont region. It is a state-of-the-art winery open to visitors that is capable of enhancing the grapes into great wines with great balance, transparency, and expressiveness of the perfumes. The place is a natural amphitheatre of hills, vineyards, pastures, field, haze groves, etc.
Since 2014, the region is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Winemaking in this region has been going on for a long time
A naturally balanced territory
In 2012, there was a new beginning when the Rosolen family bought 100 hectares of land and began recovery. The farmhouse was restored to make the Ca’ dell’Ebbro winery, and even the vineyards were reorganized and replanted. The territory is naturally balanced and receives low rainfall. The difference in temperature between day and night during harvest time helps to make elegant wines with an intense aroma. The clayey limestone soil is also perfect for cultivation.
Quantity instead of quality
In 2016, the winery released the first two vintages of Barbara and Cortese along with two Brut sparkling wines made with different grape varieties. Barbera, Grignolino, Cortese, Dolcetto, Nebbiolo, and Freisa are the main grapes here. These are used to make their high-quality red, white, and sparkling wines. In the new cellar, the aim is to go for quality instead of quantity and make the best Monferrato wines. The team at Hic et Nunc is dedicated to the craft of winemaking and has a lot of respect for the traditions of the place.