At the origins of Barbera, “Pomorosso” - Coppo
Art and culture

At the origins of Barbera, “Pomorosso”

Pomorosso: avant-garde interpretation of an ancient and popular grape variety.
6 words to impress with the Metodo Classico - Coppo
Art and culture, Food & Wine

6 words to impress with the Metodo Classico

The magic of bubbles also lies in words. Get yourself a Metodo Classico, invite your partner to dinner, and amaze them with a volley of very French and sparkling idioms.
Filippo Asinari, the man who reinvented Chardonnay - Coppo
Art and culture

Filippo Asinari, the man who reinvented Chardonnay

Among the many figures in Piedmont's wine history, Filippo Antonio Asinari di San Marzano is perhaps one of the most important and, at the same time, one of the most unknown.
Discovering Canelli - Coppo
Art and culture, Experiences, Territory

Discovering Canelli

Embraced by the Asti Hills, Canelli welcomes you in the Belbo Valley, where history can be touched and savored with all five senses.
Moscato d’Asti in the 20th century, a global success - Coppo
Art and culture

Moscato d’Asti in the 20th century, a global success

Moscato d'Asti is the most consumed sweet wine in the world. On February 1, 1994, it obtained the Denomination of Controlled and Guaranteed Origin (DOCG) and is part of one of the largest and most varied families of grape varieties known.
Why Moscato d’Asti is a Serious Wine: Insights from the United States - Coppo
Art and culture

Why Moscato d’Asti is a Serious Wine: Insights from the United States

Americans can teach Piemontese producers something about one of the most typical and unique, yet often overlooked, excellences of our wine heritage.
Moscato: The “Sparkler” of the Barbarians? - Coppo
Art and culture

Moscato: The “Sparkler” of the Barbarians?

Moscato is a wine that transcends time: from ancient Romans to the present day, its consumption has likely been influenced by the barbarian invasions.