Dante Rivetti

The roots of four generations of the Rivetti family run deep into the hills which overlook Neive from Bricco, Cuneo.
Towards the end of the 19th century, Giuseppe Rivetti "Pinin", head of the family nicknamed "Valletta", bought three estates to share between his children. A century later, in the mid 1979's, his grandson Dante began personally running them, bottling and selling the wines produced under his own name.

The red wines ferment in steel tanks for an average-long period, with pumping over of the must on skins to extract as much tannin and colour as possible. After fermentation certain wines are matured in traditional slavonian barrels while others are transferred into small French casks. The white wine is pressed with pneumatic presses and the must obtained is stored in temperature-controlled tanks to maintain all the perfumes and aromas of the grape of origin.

Rivetti Wine

Arneis Briccodoro
Excellent with fish dishes and risottos, also ideal as an aperitif
Barbaresco Micca
Excellent with aromatic stewed red meat and feathered game with truffles, and with mature cheeses
Barbaresco Bricco
Perfect with red meat dishes, braised meat and game