The Ruché di Castagnole Monferrato is a red Piedmontese DOCG wine from the province of Asti, produced from an autochthonous grape of the same name, in a small north-eastern area of its capital. The Ministry of Agricultural Food and Forestry Policies, with Ministerial Decree of 8 October 2010, has delimited the DOCG in just seven municipalities of Asti: beyond Castagnole Monferrato, also the neighboring countries of Montemagno, Grana, Portacomaro, Refrancore, Scurzolengo and Viarigi. Currently the denomination has a vine extension of 110 hectares. It has a unique and particular taste, moderately structured and generous.
The 'Prima Decade' by Montalbera is a vintage of Ruché di Castagnole Monferrato DOCG with unprecedented quality and longevity characteristics. Only 3733 bottles obtained from the harvest selection of the best grapes of the oldest and best-exposed vineyards of the company, packaged in a limited edition OLD bordolese bottle.