Wine is the poetry of the earth.

Mario Soldati

Our vineyards spread over about 32 hectares, 18 of which are planted with Nebbiolo grapes. Our approach to winegrowing is to practice integrated production or, as the French call it, reasoned winegrowing. Techniques and practices aimed at achieving sustainable and low environmental farming, which involves the non-use of herbicides and desiccants and the adoption, where possible, of organic methods, such as the use of pheromone diffusers that cause mating disruption of the vine moth. All this is done in order to protect our land and bring out the best the vineyards have to offer.

Our Nebbiolo vineyards for the production of the Barolo Cru wines extend over an area which includes three towns of the Langhe region:

RIVE a Santa Maria di La Morra
It is the cru vineyard where the Specola tower, the symbol of our winery, was built by Luigi Parà. It extends from Santa Maria di La Morra as far as Borgata Muratori, in the shape of a natural amphitheater with optimum southeast exposure at an average height of about 250 meters above sea level.

ROCCHE DEI RIVERA in Castiglione Falletto, in the menzione geografica (Cru) of Scarrone di Castiglione Falletto
This vineyard is named after Arnaldo Rivera, former and beloved mayor of Castiglione Falletto. It is considered to be one of the best vineyard sites of the area, with southeast exposure at an average height of about 300 meters above sea level.

VIGNA RIONDA in Serralunga d’Alba
Vigna Rionda (also known as Vigna Riunda) is considered by many to be one of the best crus in Serralunga d’Alba, where the terroir makes the wines incredibly age-worthy, thus standing out among all the other vineyards in the area, with southern exposure at an average height of about 350 meters above sea level.

Our Barbaresco wine is made with Nebbiolo grapes, which grow in the Treiso vineyards, with south-east exposure at an average height of about 350 meters above sea level.

The other grape varieties- Dolcetto, Barbera and Freisa- grow in the La Morra and Serralunga d’Alba areas. Instead, our Moscato d’Asti comes from the vineyards located in Cascina Fiori, in the town of Trezzo Tinella.