A few famous names have dipped into the Ovello cru for grapes and
Cascina Morassino is part of that elite group. Facing the church steeple
of Barbaresco, the vineyard delivers smoky notes of tar and asphalt
backed by ripe fruit and cedar wood. There’s a wild, messy character to
this wine that is charming.
Recently, the Cascina Morassino Barbera d'Alba Vignot was featured by wine blogger Andy Ling, Esq. as one of his top 7 wines to try. You can see
the article here.