Langhe and Roero

Hilly expanses as far as the eye can see, ancient villages and castles perched, a succession of gentle slopes planted with vines whose rows draw rigorous geometries: these are the magnificent scenery of the Langhe, Roero and Monferrato, which have become a World Heritage Site.
Splendid wine-growing areas of Piedmont which with their landscapes shaped by the combined action of nature and man have become part of the world heritage list .

These strips of land that extend in a lively game of profiles, modulated by the changing of the seasons, represent the exceptional quality of the Piedmontese landscape and its deep and lively wine culture.
These are areas of production of wines of international excellence and quality – such as Barolo, Barbaresco, Asti Spumante and Barbera d’Asti – made thanks to a rich heritage of knowledge and techniques, based on the deep knowledge of the vines here cultivated for centuries (Nebbiolo, Moscato Bianco, Barbera).