In Italy you don't just leave the family business. So Stefano Perrone, former Italian motocross champion, also went overboard. In the Piedmont, this family has been making delicious Moscato wines for generations. The 13 hectares of vineyards on the hills of Castiglione Tinella are mainly planted with barbera, moscato and brachetto (an almost forgotten native grape, also called the red moscato). Winemaker Stefano Perrone, since he took over in 1989, has ensured that the quality of the grapes has risen considerably and modernized the techniques in the wine cellar.