Coppo Temporary Tour | Summer Whites aims to share the exceptional value of the enological patrimony of Piedmont, especially the hidden gems: the local whites. This tour is available only for the summer (between June and August).
More specifically, this visit focuses on the interpretations of three varieties: Cortese, Chardonnay and Moscato.
Cortese is one of the oldest local cultivations of the region and it gives birth to Gavi, a classic Piedmontese white that Coppo started producing in the 80’s, in the estate that the family manages in Monterotondo di Gavi.
Between the 60’s and the 70’s Luigi Coppo used to import a small quantity of Chardonnay from Burgundy. That was the starting point for two different products: a Chardonnay exalting freshness and fruit, and Monteriolo, more complex and meant to evolve through the years.
Finally, Moscato d’Asti: extremely typical, especially for the sub-zone of Canelli. A sweet and aromatic wine, drawing increasing international recognition as a sparkling wine lately.