Rural pride, close ties between the family and its origins, and painstaking care in the vineyard and cellar: these are the pillars on which our philosophy is based.
Our family has always had its roots in Barbaresco, where wine and terroir have a profound influence on one another.
Our ambition? For our wines to reflect the variegated richness of the context in which they are born and the passion and respect that we have dedicated to these lands for over 70 years.
We employ a traditional style in the cellar. The grapes are harvested when fully ripe and then undergo medium-long maceration using the ancient battening technique (submerged cap). This makes it possible to gently extract the tannins from the skins, keeping the characteristics of the grape intact.
The wines then age in large barrels, a symbol of our traditional approach to winemaking. During this passage they acquire complexity without being influenced by woody and toasted notes; on the contrary, the aromatic profile of the grape of origin emerges clearly as they evolve.