Located in an 18th century mansion house, Neirano’s estate headquarters is in the Piedmont region of Italy. Paolo and Antonio Sperrone are devoted to delivering the flavors of Piedmont in wines that accurately and beautifully express the distinctive character of the grape and terroir.

Wine Appellation
Prosecco Asti, Piedmont

Available in 750ml and 187ml

Moscato Asti, Piedmont
Barolo Nebbiolo Asti, Piedmont
Available in: Maine, New Hampshire
Grown: Italy
Piedmont (Piemonte)
Piedmont, in the north-western corner of the Italian Peninsula, is arguably Italy's finest wine region. Piedmont is often described as the 'Burgundy' of Italy, a reputation due to its many small-scale, family wineries and a focus on quality. What Burgundy does with Pinot Noir, Piedmont does with Nebbiolo. Nebbiolo grapes are behind four of Piedmont's DOCGs: Barolo and Barbaresco (two of Italy's finest reds), Roero and Gattinara. Barbera is Piedmont's workhorse grape, although it is responsible for a growing number of superlative wines. The third red grape of Piedmont is Dolcetto, used to make dry red wines. Although known as a red-wine region, there are three white wines which are known the world over. The first two Moscato d’Asti and Asti Spumante, both made from Moscato grapes. The third is Gavi made from the Cortese grape.