What’s going to change in relation to the previous appellation, Barbera d’Asti Docg subzone Nizza?
“Nizza has recently attained acknowledgement of its own regulations and these will provide its’ real identity card.
The passage from Barbera d’Asti Superiore Nizza Docg to Nizza Docg is characterised by numerous changes.
-The first is the name: simply “Nizza” because this is the name of the area that we want to promote and defend via the wine itself.
-The second important thing is that it is made of 100% Barbera, although this has always been one of the parameters upheld and observed within the Association of Producers of Nizza, who have been making their Nizza with 100% Barbera since 2000.