Not far from us, in Tuscany, the concept of SuperTuscan has always existed. This is the designation created to identify Tuscan red wines that do not fall within the production regulations of their area of origin. In other words, a category that encompasses red wines produced in Tuscany from international grape varieties, such as Cabernet and Merlot.
When at the beginning of the new millennium the Liuzzi family purchased the Cascina, all the surrounding territory was indeed called Scattered Lands and the two main vineyards were dedicated to Cabernet and Merlot.
This wine is indeed born to recreate, even in Piedmont, the concept of Super Piedmont.


“Scattered Lands” Monferrato Rosso Doc “Cascina Liuzzi”

Monferrato is a DOC wine since 1994.
Varieties: Merlot Cabernet Sauvignon
Color: intense bright red tending to garnet with aging
Odor: pleasantly winey
Taste: fresh, dry, full-bodied with aging
Alcohol content: minimum 14% vol.
Aging: The Monferrato Rosso “Scattered Lands” undergoes an aging of at least 18 months, of which at least 8 months in large barrels
Soil: sandy clay
Trellising and pruning: espalier and guyot pruning
Planting density: 4500 stumps per ha.
Altitude: 350m above sea level with south-east exposure

Harvesting takes place towards the end of September (depends on the years), completely manual in 20kg crates with traditional vinification for 15 days.
Aging in the barrel enhances the bouquet of the wine. Hint of vanilla, slightly tannic with a persistent and pleasant aftertaste.