Gianluigi Orsolani represents the fourth generation of the family that has run this cellar since it was established in 1894. For a long time now, they have been among the most famous and best producers of Erbaluce, the white wine that is the symbol of the Canavese district. Their flagship label is the award-winning La Rustìa, a fine expression of the characteristics of the grape variety, which stands out for its freshness and flavor in the glass, an effect of the morainal soil on which the vines are cultivated. The winery, which is now at the last year of the organic certification process, adopts the pergola canavesana system, with ample distancing between the rows to leave room for the erbaluce grape’s notable vigor. A novelty in the last few months has been the release of a Metodo Classico Brut (with at least three years on the lees) to join the Extra Brut and the Riserva (six years on the lees) and round off the sparkling Erbaluce range, which is enjoying a lot of success on the market. The third wine from the grape, Passito Sulé, is also worthy of mention. Orsolani’s Erbaluce, finally, is an ingredient in the Parigi label’s new Vermouth di Torino developed in collaboration with the Bonfante patisserie in Chivasso and the Revel Chion distillery.