Matteo Soria, VIA SAN MARTINO, 24
ABOUT THE WINERY
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 Moscato d’Asti Soria represents one of the most characteristic Piedmontese wines. Along the years the winery reached extraordinary quality levels thanks to the diffusion of the modern oenological technology, in particular the one linked to the cold chain which has permitted usto maintain the aromas and flavours of the grapes in the wine.
The Moscato d’Asti Docg is submitted to strict controls to guarantee that an exceptional product arrive on your table.
HISTORY & GEOGRAPHY
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. 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 today composed of 40 Ha (100 acres) which spread all around the winery.
In 2006, Matteo, just graduated from the prestigious oenological school of Alba, at only 21, worked with his father and grandfather. Nowadays the winery is divided between the part of must production and the one of fermentation and bottling.
In 2014 we have started building a second winery near the historical one to divide and increase the place for the fermentation and bottling.