Gliding over Italy

What is a great wine if not the outcome of perfectly balanced partnerships? Between grape variety,  terroir and weather, to start with. The focus Alma Wines has maintained since its very beginning has always been on this very balance which in specific Italian areas is truly the key to memorable vintages. 

Alma takes the extraordinary Italian wine heritage to a further level shaping its labels to enhance the authenticity of most Italian regional productions, from Piedmont to Sicily. Each range literally uncorks a complex universe of flavors, each one mirroring the richness of elements each region generates. 

Would you like to get a whiff? Well, we then suggest to start exploring the wide variety of our wines with Ambo, in which past and future are blended to offer surprisingly classic aromas and new structures. Merlot, Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Sauvignon Blanc, and Pinot Nero grapes – the latter vinified also in rosé – boast new aromas and flavors from Italy’s ideal microclimates. 

More the classic type attracted by the aristocratic character of Italy’s most noble varieties? Let’s dive in the Tenuta Arbéta, a passionate tribute to the greatness of Piedmont and its long-lasting love story with the world of wine, its vineyards blessed with ideal weather conditions.   

No surprise, then, the Langhe region has been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List, for its profound meaning as a cultural, historic, and environmental site. Barolo, Barbaresco, Barbera d’Alba, Gavi di Gavi, Nebbiolo, and Roero Arneis all line up in Tenuta Arbéta, ready to surprise the most experienced palates.

How? When sampled young, for instance, while already conveying the terroir features, their distintive character is already fully recognizable. 

Let’s then head south and discover Masseria Supreno, a line named after the estate in Puglia - Italy’s rising star - where Alma harvests the region’s main grape varieties then expertly blended with international ones.

A millenial tradition and contemporary flavors come together elegantly combining the art of winemaking with a great dose of freedom. Sangiovese, Italy’s most widespread indigenous grape, accompanies Merlot, a vibrant witness to Puglia’s velvety warmth.

Primitivo and Negroamaro, both from Salento and vinified as pure varieties, are the essential complement to this line as today they are regarded as two of Puglia’s finest and most popular reds.

Lightness and depth. Contrasts. New horizons.
This is our view. This is our wines find their way.

Simply to be.

May 22 – 24 London, United Kingdom


LIWF – London International Wine Fair


June 18 – 21 Bordeaux, France




Fattoria di Ruppiano Astorre Noti booth 
with Consorzio Chianti Classico Gallo Nero

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