CASCINA MONTAGNOLA | Morasso 2013 / Rodeo 2013 / Sornione
Only a handful of growers are known to produce wines from the Timorasso grape which is native to Piemonte’s Tortona Hills, an area known in antiquity as Derthona. This ancient variety was on the brink of extinction as recently as the 1980s but thanks to independent producers like Cascina Montagnola, this fascinating, if laborious, noble white grape is making a resounding comeback.
Terrestoria is proud to represent Cascina Montagnola in Utah with the release of Morasso 2013, the estate’s superlative monovarietal Timorasso and Rodeo 2013, pure Barbera from sixty-year-old vines. For more information about these wines, click below for tech sheets.
Morasso Timorasso (item no. 953311 - $33.99) is now carried by select Utah fine wine stores in SLC & Park City. Check DABC website for availability.
Rodeo Barbera (item no. 952638 - $33.99) is available in Utah by the six-bottle case through the DABC Special Order system. Learn how to place a special order.
*NEW ITEM! Sornione late-harvest Sauvignon Blanc (item no. 955294 - $35.39) is available in Utah by the six-bottle case through the DABC Special Order system.