Nascetta is the white grape variety native to the Langhe. Documented since the nineteenth century, it has recently been rediscovered and recovered, since, once the red vocation of the territory was established, it risked being abandoned. Its straw-yellow colour with greenish reflections pre-empts a bouquet of citrus fruits, grapefruit and white peach that evolve into white flowers, acacia honey and thyme. On the palate freshness floods the palate and persists thanks to the sapid backbone which, together with dried fruit, creates a pleasant juicy and silky sensation. It lends itself quite well to a certain evolution and also succeeds as a pleasant, mineral and refreshing spumate.