Its landscapes makes the southern part of Piedmont one of the best wine-growing areas.
Hedged between these wonderful hills, the secrets of the production of our wines are simple: the soil composition, the particular microclimate and the optimal exposure of the vineyards.
In 2014 the vineyard landscape of Langhe-Roero and Monferrato in Piedmont was finally inscribed on the World Heritage List.
These vineyard landscape represent “an outstanding example of cultural landscape”, “an exceptional living testimony to the traditional grape growing, wine making processes, a rural economy and a social context based on the culture of wine”.
The traditional vinification process is witnessed by the presence of a wide variety of handmade products and wineries architecture used for the production of wine and its marketing.
Moreover, these vineyards represent an example of human interaction with the natural environment: a constant evolution in viticulture practices and knowledge on the one hand, and the importance of soil and climate on the other hand. It is no coincidence that this landscape has become an international reference point!
The “core zone” inscribed on the World Heritage List is arranged in six distinct winegrowing areas: 29 municipalities in the provinces of Asti, Cuneo and Alessandria, including the municipalities of Vaglio Serra and Vinchio (ASTI) where we grow our vines.