In the South East of Piedmont, in the Langhe region, on top of a hill,
you find Castiglione Tinella. With 92% of land cultivated with Moscato vines it is one of the first Italian villages with the highest density of vineyards.
The Soria Estate has been there since the 19th century and it has a strong link
with the surrounding land and the traditions
handed down from father to son.
The Estate is located in Frazione San Martino, a prestigious area for Moscato
grapes since the beginning of the 17th century.
The San Martino’s hill presents light slopes and is rich of “white soil” (a local synonym to identify a soil with a
lot of sand), which gives the grapes and hence the wine excellent perfumes
characteristic of the Castilgione Tinella’s Moscato d’Asti.