Grignolino emerges in the history of the ancient Piedmont vineyards, it finds its ideal land between Asti and Casale. The name derives almost certainly from "grignole", which in local dialect refers to the seeds, abundant in its grapes. It is a very demanding vine in terms of climate and terrain, difficult to grow and to use to make wine, but it offers an original wine. More or less pale ruby red, it has a delicate bouquet with fruity notes and notes of undergrowth. With an austere and refined taste, dry with a pleasantly bitter aftertaste. It is a good combination with mixed starters of cold cuts, dry soups and broth, Piedmontese mixed fry and roasted white meat.