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Blangé is the white "side" of Piedmont, produced from pure Arneis grapes, which has revolutionized the way of making wine in the Langhe, historically suited to the cultivation of red berried grapes. Born in the Roero area in the north-east of the province of Cuneo, it's an organic wine that wants to affirm its identity, between sustainability and pleasantness.
The Barbera varietal first appeared on the hillsides of the Langhe in the early 900’s, at a time when the entire region was engaged in the difficult reconstruction of the vineyards destroyed by the phylloxera aphid. Owing to its rustic nature, it has adapted well to the environment and the particular soil composition of the area.
Each hill, each vineyard even, produces its own particular “Dolcetto”, whose characteristics are well differentiated and easily recognizable. It is thanks to the particular composition of the soil in our Langhe district, rich in mineral salts, that the Dolcetto produced in these areas, as well as boasting a remarkable structure, which Sordo is able to interpret perfectly.
The Piccolo Derthona Terra by Vigneti Massa is the version born from the younger vineyards of Timorasso, a Piedmontese native vine from Tortonese area that Walter Massa has helped to rediscover with its high quality production. Excellent with fish dishes but also goes well with white meat and aged cheeses.
The Decant'art Vermeer Mazzetti d'Altavilla is inspired by the famous 17th century painting "The Girl with the Turban" by the Dutch painter Jan Vermeer, which well represents the characteristics of the Moscato Grappa it contains. It's a particularly aromatic but balanced grappa, with marked hints of wild flowers, grass and plums.
Oro di Mazzetti is a liquor based on Grappa di Moscato enriched with flakes of real 23 carat gold. With a low alcohol content and pleasant softness on the palate, the Gold of Mazzetti has contributed to ennoble the image of Made in Italy distillate. Much appreciated in the summer accompanied with a fruit salad, an ice cream or mixed in an original way.
In the Acquavite di Vino you need patience and a lot of courage. In this case, 20 years of aging in the Barricaia of the company at controlled temperatures, and in a highly poetic context, make this distillate special and strongly aromatic.
The Grappa Riserva 18.46 owes its name to the over 18 months of aging in battery no. 46, as well as 1846 is the year in which the Mazzetti d'Altavilla distilleries were founded. The pomace used is made from Barbera and Dolcetto grapes, and the careful selection of woods for aging gives this grappa a rich flavor.