Case Corini, established in 1846, and located in Costigliole d’Asti, is now in its sixth generation in the production of natural wines according to the “Metodo Corino”. All the vineyards are between 65 and 95 years old, and the main grape varieties are Barbera and Nebbiolo.
Firmly committed to sustainability, Case Corini intend their wines to accurately represent the interaction between vine variety/terroir/human know-how. With this in mind, low-intervention management is carried out in the vineyards, with no use of additives, including sulphites, or invasive technology in the cellar. CO2 emissions certified.
Case Corini Bricco, 2012
Barbera and indigenous grape varieties.
Case Corini Barla, 2012
Case Corini Achille, 2013
Barbera 50% Nebbiolo 50%