Sustainably Farmed

The Scrimaglio winery in Nizza Monferrato, Piedmont, was established in 1920. The Scrimaglio family’s roots in  Piedmont date back to the 17th Century.  Their historical  importance in the region is so great that an entire area of Monferrato is still known as Regione Scrimaglio.

Renowned for the quality of their Barbera d’Asti, and acknowledged as leaders of the grape’s rebirth at the turn of the century, Scrimaglio are credited for the work that led to the classification of the region’s sub-appellation Nizza DOCG which was officially recognised in 2014.

The winery was owned and run by the Scrimaglio family until 2017, when the brand was acquired by Terre da Vino, one of Piedmont’s most important regional cooperatives. The winemaking, under Terre da Vino’s chief winemaker Bruno Cordero, unequivocally brought the wines back to their former glory and saw them released into the UK for the first time in stylishly elegant packaging.

Sustainability practices:

The well exposed microclimates of the vineyards allow the Scrimaglio winemakers to practice low impact farming  and work in harmony with nature to produce unquestionably high-quality wines.
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