Our vineyards are set against a marvellous backdrop of hills, historic villages and splendid castles.
Nebbiolo, the grape used to make the prized Barolo wine, is the oldest native black grape variety in Piedmont and, in our opinion, the most noble and precious in Italy.
Dolcetto, this black grape variety from Piedmont, used to make pleasantly fruity and extremely drinkable wines, is a constant presence on Piedmontese tables.
All our vineyards are marked and easily recognisable.
You are free to choose the vineyard in which to carve out an exclusive corner in which to relax, letting your gaze wander over unique and inimitable panoramas.
Vineyard cultivated with Nebbiolo, next to the structure.
Here we serve breakfast and aperitifs outdoors.
An incredible viewpoint overlooking the famous Cedar of Piedmont, Grinzane Cavour Castle and the surrounding villages.
Driving along the dirt road towards La Morra, totally surrounded by vineyards, you will find our three Nebbiolo vineyards.
Here you can admire the hamlet of Santa Maria, the Cedar of Piedmont, Castiglione Falletto Castle and the neighbouring villages.
Looking up to the sky you can admire La Morra with its famous Bell Tower.
The Dolcetto vineyard is located on the adjacent hillside; a pleasantly sloping walk leads to a lovely area overlooking the little church of Santa Maria and the magnificent surrounding villages.