The wines
The philosophy

Malgrà strives to unite the natural vocation of the surrounding environment with a profound sensibility and great experience to produce wines that are, above all, a faithful interpretation of the territory of its grapes, but also expressions of innovative choices in technology.

The principle objective of the winery is to conserve and transmit the balance and harmony of the raw material—grapes—from the vineyard to the glass.

To reach these results, Malgrà combines experience with tradition and the best modern technology, in all phases of vinification and aging. Stainless steel tanks that are kept under controlled temperatures are used for vinification and storage, followed by transfer to oak barrels of different capacities and origins, for the wines that are aged.

The productive philosophy of Malgrà is founded on an important attention paid to the themes of integrated agriculture and environmental sustainability. The techniques for managing the vineyards only require the use of synthetic chemicals when it is absolutely necessary for a harmonic development of the grapes and vines and, above all, to ensure quality of production.

Malgrà believes in and operates according to the principles of integrated agriculture, a virtuous practice that guarantees consumer health and lays a solid foundation for protecting the environment and developing the viticultural landscape. Malgrà has always pursued the objective of producing grapes to make wines with clear identities that are easily recognizable and portray faithful expressions of their territory of origins.

Wine is alive. It requires hygiene, technical expertise, and careful attention to be able to express its fruit, structure, and purity of aromas—in other words, to be a pleasure to drink.

Reds and White Selection

Nizza DOCG
Mora di Sassi

Barbera d'Asti DOCG Superiore
Gaiana

Piemonte DOC Chardonnay
Innuce

Reds Classics

Nizza DOCG
Mora di Sassi

Barbaresco DOCG
Monciraldo

Barolo DOCG
Marvenga

Barbera d’Asti DOCG Superiore
Fornace di Cerreto

Nebbiolo d'Alba DOC
Polesco

Barbera d'Asti DOCG
Briga della Mora

Dolcetto d'Alba DOC
Trivento

Barbera del Monferrato DOC Frizzante
Cantagalla

Whites Classics

Roero Arneis DOCG
Bassiano

Moscato d’Asti DOCG
Cugnexio

Whites Selection

Gavi DOCG del comune di Gavi
Poggio Basco

Sweet and Sparkling

Asti DOCG

Asti DOCG

Brachetto d'Acqui DOCG Spumante

Brachetto d'Acqui DOCG Spumante

Eden

Moscato d’Asti DOCG

Brachetto d'Acqui DOCG

Piemonte DOC Rosato

Piemonte DOC Chardonnay

Piemonte DOC Barbera

Metodo Classico

Brut Metodo Classico Cuvée Malgrà
Col dei Ronchi

Brut Metodo Classico Rosé de Saignée
Rosè dei Ronchi

Brut Metodo Classico
Col dei Ronchi Rosè

Brut Metodo Classico
Col dei Ronchi

Grappas

Grappa di Moscato
Cugnexio

Grappa di Barbera
Mora di Sassi

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