The viticultural history of our family has origins in Canale, from the same hill in which, still today, we grow our RA. The Piedmontese name “dai vej” translates from “the old (people)” and wants to be an homage to our ancestors.
Fermentation in stainless steel tanks at 16 *C.
In steel tanks. Follows ageing in bottle.
Crystal clear, with pale yellow color; fruity nose with notes of exotic fruits and crunchy red apple. Hints of floral notes. In the mouth has a fresh acidity with similar notes to the nose.
Perfect as aperitivo, but at the same time very versatile. You can serve it with typical piedmontese antipasti as well as with exotic dishes.
9 °C – 48 °F
0,375 L – 0,75 L – 1,5 L (screw cap available on request)
We like it with grilled octopus.
In Roero we find Arneis, the main grape variety, also considered between the most important ones of our region; our selection Daivej is dedicated to our ancestors. In Gavi region we find the Cortese grapes, while another important one is Favorita, sister of Vermentino from Liguria, that is perfect for everyday drinking. To finish in sweetness, Bric du Liun and Moscato d'Asti.
Le conchiglie del Roero
The shells are the witness of the marine origins of Roero, a soil characterized by sandstones, rocks composed of sand and limestone. This soft soil, rich in minerals, enhances the aromatic characteristics of white wines and gives red wines great elegance and longevity.
The project grows out of the desire to embrace both art and culture. Each year we consider a particular sociocultural issue in depth.
Our Classic Method Spumante was born were born in 1981 from Antonio Deltetto's passion for sparkling wines. From a careful vineyard selection, today we produce three cuvées. In order to guarantee the highest quality level, each single step of production, from lees ageing to dégorgement is thoroughly followed and checked by our enologists, Antonio and Carlo Deltetto.
Our Barolo, vinified in our historical cellar in Canale since 1961, is from a single vineyard in Castiglione Falletto town.
These two wines, refreshing and a pleasure to drink, are made from a small selection of grapes harvested slightly in advance. The name "Suasi" comes from the Piemontese dialect, meaning "Chosen".
Our family has always believed in native varieties from Piedmont such as Barbera and Nebbiolo. Our vineyards in Santo Stefano Roero, Castellinaldo and Canale were carefully selected after soil checks and exposures.
Our production has been certified organic since 2017 and our company has received an award in 2018 for its commitment to protecting the environment.
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