Exploring, promoting and consolidating the potential of Barbera have always been crucial elements of Coppo’s identity.
In fact, Pomorosso, one of Coppo’s most renown wines, played a major role in revamping the international recognition of this variety since 1984.
The vineyards that give birth to Coppo wines are located in the most vocated area of Barbera d’Asti DOCG, more precisely in Agliano, Castelnuovo Calcea and Nizza. Coppo started a process of specific treatment for these three areas, keeping each harvest separated from the others to highlight their specificity. We’re in the heart of a restricted zone of 18 municipalities around Nizza Monferrato, the area of the appellation Nizza DOCG, strictly 100% Barbera, since 2014.
Coppo Barbera Tour is the occasion to deepen the knowledge about Coppo’s effort in interpreting the most widespread and typical variety of Piedmont and Monferrato, by focusing on production techniques and a dedicated tasting.
As for any Coppo tour, the last glass is Moscato d’Asti. A sweet, aromatic, unique wine: another typical product of this territory, from the sub-zone of Canelli, an exceptional context for historical and environmental reasons.