Malvasia Moscata, a clone of Malvasia that has absolutely nothing to do with the grape called Moscato and is a completely dry wine
La Barge ni Pinerolese, Piedmont, Italy
Luigina and Valerio Raviolo with their children, Simona and Daniele
Some of these vineyards were planted back in the 1930s, narrowly surviving WWII and everything after. In the middle ages, the wines of Monte Viso and Monte Bracco were documented for their quality by our old pal, Leonardo da Vinci as far back as 1511. There is even documentation from 1203 that testifies to the merit and notability of the region's wine.