This wine is named after the bet made between us, the Liuzzi brothers, at the beginning of our business. At the beginning of the century, all the Nebbiolo plants in our area were sickened by downy mildew, the most serious fungal disease of the vine; it can attack all the green organs of the plant, mainly the leaves, shoots, and bunches, causing significant damage. For this reason, all the vines were uprooted and, in their place, vines for the production of Barbera were planted, which are much more resistant plants.
When we started the wine production of Cascina Liuzzi in 2011, we replanted 5 rows of Nebbiolo as a bet, to return the production of the territory to its origins.
From here comes Noi Due – Monferrato Rosso Doc “Cascina Liuzzi”


“Noi Due” Monferrato Rosso Doc “Cascina Liuzzi”

Monferrato has been a DOC wine since 1994.

Grapes: Nebbiolo Color: Intense ruby ​​red tending to garnet with aging Smell: Pleasantly winey Taste: Fresh, dry, full-flavored with aging Alcohol content: Minimum 14% vol. Aging: The Monferrato Rosso “Noi Due” undergoes aging for at least 18 months in tonneaux Soil: Sandy clay Training and pruning systems: Guyot Plant density: 4500 plants per hectare Altitude: 350 meters above sea level with southeast exposure

The harvest takes place towards the end of September (depending on the year), completely manual in 20kg crates with traditional winemaking for 15 days. Aging in barrels enhances the bouquet of the wine. Hints of vanilla, slightly tannic with a persistent and pleasant aftertaste.