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Serralunga d'Alba, the 'long greenhouse' of the Langhe region, has always been the chosen territory for the cultivation of Nebbiolo grapes.

Optimal exposure, a microclimate favorable to vine cultivation, and predominantly calcareous-clay soil: these are the distinctive features of our hills, fundamental prerequisites for the production of wines with an inimitable style.


San Bernardo

Facing South-East, the San Bernardo is an iconic example of the terroir and the specific qualities of a Barolo from Serralunga d'Alba.

​It produces austere, solid wines with vigorous tannins. Its best expression is the Barolo Riserva, which we only make in the best vintages.



Located close to the ridge that divides the two sides of Serralunga d'Alba, the Ornato vineyards have a sunny southern exposure.

​Its wines are characterized by a distinct minerality, contained in a structure of stature and power, without sacrificing harmony and elegance.


The southern exposure and the position sheltered from the winds guarantee the excellent quality of the grapes grown between the rows of Parafada.

The calcareous-clayey soil is enriched by a small percentage of sand, which gives its wines elegant and refined notes, while maintaining vigor and personality.

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