"I Classici" (The Classics) are traditional wines that the Winery has produced for generations. They include Bonarda, produced from Croatina grapes, a native of the Oltrepò area, probably cultivated here for centuries. It was first formally described towards the middle of the 19th century and, having acquired DOC status in 1970, became the symbol of the local wine making industry.
Barbera is also considered a symbolic wine of the area, and was first described at the beginning of the 19th century.
The Pinot group, first described during the 17th century, is still well-represented in the area.
Pinot Grigio is capricious, demanding and low-yielding; the noble Pinot Nero generously produces red, white and rosé wines.