Winery Roccia Rossa, Winemaking in the Heart of Piedmont
Roccia Rossa is situated at the foot of Monte Rosa, between the provinces of Biella, Vercelli, and Novara, in northern Piedmont and covers an area of 13 hectares in the Bramaterra appellation. The vineyards are in Villa del Bosco, a small town surrounded by hills of morainic origin. These vineyards extend over an area of 4.5 hectares in a well-exposed region called Pianelle. The rich aromas coming of the vineyards of Roccia Rossa can spellbind anyone who visits the beautiful winery.
A Colourful Portfolio of International and Autochthons Varieties
Roccia Rossa Winery grows a vast range of grapes using the Guyot training system. It includes Nebbiolo along with autochthonous vines, such as Croatina, Vespolina and Uva Rara, as well as Barbera, a peculiarity for this territory. The winery also cultivates a small quantity of Chardonnay in their vineyards. The average age of the vines in their vineyards is approximately 20 years old. They produce high-quality red and white wines, together with delicious sparkling and dessert wines. The wine aging takes place in oak barrels and barriques in the cellar that situates in the Municipality of Brusnengo. Savor the excellent wines of Piedmont and plan a trip to visit Roccia Rossa.