Since its foundation in 1892 in Canelli, Coppo winery has remained in the family for over 120 years, making it one of the oldest family-run wineries in all of Italy.
The historical Coppo underground cellars, a UNESCO World Heritage, were built
in the late 18th century, extending under Canelli hill for a total of five thousand
square meters (53,800 sq. ft.) and up to a depth of forty meters (130 ft.).
Coppo’s wines are characterized by elegance, finesse, and longevity. Their
production focuses on Barbera, Traditional Method sparkling wines, Chardonnay,
and Moscato d’Asti.
In the early 1980s, the Coppo brothers were among the first in the territory to
demonstrate the elegance, character, and aging potential of the Barbera grape.
Barbera remains their specialty today, in particular the Nizza DOCG
Other notable labels are Moscato d’Asti “Canelli,” a new subzone prized for its
excellent Moscato, and Monteriolo, a great Chardonnay with elegant minerality
and savoury marine notes, a white wine capable of aging for over twenty years.
Coppo aims to ensure maximum respect for the individual grape varieties and
the environment they grow in during all stages of the winemaking production.