The Alasia range was introduced in the mid-1990s to create a distinctive range of wines, from Araldica's best vineyards, using the most modern winemaking techniques, to add expression to these local varieties. The name (and label design) is taken from the legend of the Medieval Princess Alasia who eloped with a young Saxon knight and hid out in the Monferrato region. The remains of the Ca' d'Alasia (where they allegedly lived) is situated near Castel Boglione.
A delicious, aromatic, semi-sparkling dessert wine with grapey notes... and all that at 5% ABV. A wi...
The Alasia name (and label design) is taken from the legend of the Medieval Princess Alasia who elop...
Araldica's top tier Barolo from selected vineyards. An approachable, richly-flavoured style expertl...
Araldica are one of the most respected producers of Barbera and this quintessential Piemontese red i...
A highly versatile wine - made from Cortese, the same grape used in Gavi, giving a similarly tasty y...
This Piemontese classic is unique - a fragrant and seductive, sweet, lightly fizzy red.
Beautifully fresh yet complex Gavi from old vine fruit. The blend is specially selected by Araldica'...
Araldica's finest Barbaresco. A selection of their best barrels of Barbaresco are kept aside and ble...
Approachable, yet satisfyingly complex, style of Nebbiolo.
A fine example of the interesting and slightly exotic Arneis variety native to the Roero region in w...