Emilio Vada’s winery is nestled among the picturesque vineyards of the softly rolling hills near Coazzolo, a small town that lies in an area that has been made part of the UNESCO heritage. Coazzolo lies just where the Langhe, land of the Nebbiolo, becomes the Monferrato, land famous for the Moscato D’Asti wine.
Due to this very special location, Cascina Emilio Vada Farm produces Moscato d’Asti, as well as Dolcetto d’Alba, Langhe Nebbiolo and Barbera d’Asti. The best exposed lands of these hills have been jealously guarded and handed down from generation to generation.
The vineyards require constant and precise care, and a profound understanding and respect for Nature’s variable ways. They dedicate patience and passion of their ancestors to every single vine that grows on the land, following the same ritualistic cadence dictated by the cycle of the seasons.
A good wine can only derive from excellent grapes produced from a vineyard that has been cared for with precision and knowledgeable passion all the way through to the harvest. These wines are the direct expression of the work in the vineyards, sealing in each bottle the tale of a precious terrain, the scent of sun, the toil and fatigue: the history of a priceless and unique territory.