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In the heart of the renowned Gavi region

Villa Sparina covers 100 hectares, mostly located in the Monterotondo district, Piedmont, in the heart of the famous Gavi DOCG region where grape cultivation has been a part of this land’s tradition and the life of the people since time immemorial. Most of the vineyards are close to Villa Sparina Resort, surrounded by woods, caressed by the gentle Ligurian breeze and kissed by the sun.
“Villa Sparina’s winery has always placed the land at the centre of its work in order to foster the history and culture of the region’s grape varieties.”
About 70 hectares of our region’s hills are reserved for the cultivation of the Cortese grape. This indigenous grape variety is used to make Gavi di Gavi, a variety that’s also turned into an elegant, fresh Spumante Brut following the Metodo Classico rules.

At Villa Sparina, we have been meticulously crafting wine ourselves since 1997. We use grapes from a favourably exposed historic vineyard from 1945. Our experience gives our wines great depth and complexity. This is where we make our Monterotondo cru, which enhances the acidic, tangy salinity and mineral qualities characteristic of this grape variety.

On the remaining hectares of our property we cultivate Barbera grapes, from which we produce the fresh, soft Barbera del Monferrato DOC. As for the Cortese, this grape variety is at its best in a select cru, the Rivalta, cultivated on 9 hectares located in Rivalta Bormida, in the hills of Acqui Terme, in the Alto Monferrato.
This riserva takes its intense, dark-red, nuanced colour from the perfectly ripe grapes. Deep and balanced, it has a long-lasting fruity finish
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