The Ruchè is an indigenouis varietal, one of the smallest vinegrowing in Monferrato; it finds its origins probably in Bourgogne, France, imported centuries ago in Piemonte. The name slightly changed from Ruscè into Ruchè (cause the vine grows mainly on rocky soil, rocky ruche).
It grows in a dry and calcareous soil. The small wine region gives high quality and limited quantity.
With its ruby red color, Rebus has as great harmony and intense flowery bouquet; in the mouth is warm with long lasting finish of violet scents and a particular balanced aromatic organoleptic profile.