The Marcorinasso cascina on the crest
of the Marcorino hilltop has an enviable panorama.
its magnificent panorama
Its southwest face with Barbera,
The south face
with its beautiful
The vineyard in depth
The Marcorinasso cascina at 300 metres above sea level occupies the upper part of the Marcorino hill with east-facing slopes (Dolcetto), south-facing (Barbera) and southwest-facing slopes (Barbera, Albarossa and Moscato).
The average elevation of the vineyards is 280 metres above sea level and slopes are accentuated.The soil is composed of ancient, exceedingly compact, calcareous marl, with low fertility.
Minimal grape yields are repaid with the excellent quality and complexity of the resulting wines.
Albarossa, in particular, has found an ideal location here to ripen with its characteristic complexity. Only in these conditions can it be guaranteed each year.