Description / History

The story begins in 1881 where Massimo Domanda began the production of Piedmontese wines. He already owned several vineyards in the village of Calosso, a small town just outside Asti. Vini Domanda began the production primarily from Moscato grapes. Since then, the family has been building the winery to what it is today; a winery with respect for traditions, focusing on the biological balances of the terroir.

Calosso covers 1.238 hectares of territory, of which 1,000 are planted with vines. It is tucked in between Langhe and Monferrato in the hilly landscape. In 2014, the land of Calosso became a part of the Unesco Heritage. Renowned red wines of Barbera, Dolcetto, Grignolino, Nebbiolo and Calosso DOC come from this unique area.

Vini Domanda covers 20 hectares of vineyard where just more than half is planted with Moscato. The vision is clear; produce wine as natural as possible, taking care of this fantastic environment.