La Casaccia winery: in the heart of beautiful MOntferrato
Located at Monferrato, Italy, La Casaccia winery has a historical wine cellar carved underground in the limestone. The history of La Casaccia is very old. Their cellar in Cella Monte has been used to vinify the grapes produced on the farm for many generations. It started off with the great-grandparents, then the grandparents and uncles Pagliano, made wines in a large cellar dug into the stone by cantons.
They have been awarded for the quality of wines almost a century ago.
Continuing the tradition
The Cav. Paolo Pagliano in 1903 received a “Patent”, an authorization to bear his wines on the ducal coat of arms of Maria Elisabetta of Saxony, Duchess of Genoa, as “proof of his high satisfaction with the goodness of the wines, which since 1879 supplies for his house of Stresa “. Presently, the tradition of the grandparents is being continued in Monferrato by Elena, Giovanni and Margherita, where they have combined their technical knowledge and zeal to produce high-quality wines in an environment-friendly way.
Respecting the balance of nature
After studying at the University of Agriculture, the love for the countryside arose for both Elena and Giovanni. They both had a common dream to live in the countryside and to cultivate the land. At the age of 40, after the birth of their children, they decided to move to Cella Monte to continue the tradition of the grandparents.
The winery prioritizes respecting nature and environment and therefore focuses on organic and sustainable farming and winemaking. This winery exclusively makes the wines under the classification DOC. The grape varieties produced in the vineyard are Grignolino, Freisa, Barbera, Chardonnay and Pinot Nero which are used to make the different types of wines like Red wine, White wine, Rose wine, Sparkling wine and Dessert wine.