As he walks through the vineyards, the winemaker remains fascinated and dazzled by the intense spirit and beauty of the space around him. It is during moments like these that man can perceive the invisible and inexpressible strength of the Earth, that he can sense what type of wine can stem from that land and that land only. The land is an absolutely essential element for successful winemaking. The Piedmont Region with its smooth yet jagged hillside across the areas of Artesana, Monferrato, Langa and Gavi, is the land of Malgrà. Malgrà grows its grapes over 257 acres of land. From the ever evolving relationship between man and land, a relationship made of both knowledge and struggle, come wines which reflect the character, strength and pleasantness of the land itself.