Nascetta Day is back 30 June- 2/3 July - Edition 2022

After celebrating the 10th anniversary of the DOC Langhe Nascetta in 2020 with a docu-series and the web-TV Langhe Nascetta TV dedicated to the native white grape of the Langhe, the Indigenous Langa Association returns with Nascetta Day

After celebrating the 10th anniversary of the DOC Langhe Nascetta in 2020 with a docu-series and the web-TV Langhe Nascetta TV dedicated to the native white grape of the Langhe, the Indigenous Langa Association returns with Nascetta Day.

 

The event, which saw its first edition in 2015, has been elevated this year thanks to both historical allies and new participants. The format, however, remains the same: guests have the ability to taste all 22 Nascetta wines made by the members of the Indigenous Langa Association.

 

The program includes a Nascetta Day Preview in Bra on Thursday, the 30thof June, in partnership with Wine Hub, who will dedicate the day to Langhe DOC Nascetta wines , including a guided tasting hosted by the producers themselves, along with the opportunity to taste the wines at your own pace.

 

On Saturday the 2nd and Sunday the 3rd of July, the producers will be guests of Enoteca Vicino DiVino in La Morra who will welcome wine lovers for a walk around tasting of Langhe DOC Nascetta and Langhe DOC Nascetta from Novello, the two appellations represented by the Indigenous Langa Association.

 

The event moves to Alba for dinner on 3rd July: L’Inedito Vigin Mudest has developed a menu specifically designed to pair with Nascetta for 40 euros (wine not included) and the producers will be on hand to pour glasses of this native white to those who want to try the food/wine experience proposed by chef Flavio Scaiola.

 

The organization unites the producers of Nascetta who share the common objective of protecting and promoting the Nascetta varietal and it’s wines. “The wines produced from Nascetta vines,” reads the Charter, “represent an economic, touristic, and cultural resource and for its unique characteristics it is also a defense of tradition and the local environment.” 

 

Driven by this imperative, Indigenous Langa proposes to unequivocally protect and promote, in its first stage, the rediscovered Nascetta vines and its offspring, in order to develop the production, protection, research, distribution, and image at a regional, national, and international level. Soon the organization will be extended to other local Langa vine varieties specifically to preserve and promote what our territory offers.