At the winery, we’ve always been committed to lovingly crafting the harvest from our vineyards into the finished product.

After the premature passing of Gian Carlo, Elvio has taken charge of the winery with the support of oenologist Ivon Picollo.


Their objective is to make each vintage better than the last, by combining traditional methods passed down the generations with the latest expert knowledge.

In the winery located within the 18th-century farmhouse, several 3,000-litre oak tuns used for maturing Barbaresco and some barriques mainly used for ageing Barbera Superiore and Langhe Rosso are kept for this purpose.

Total production is around 50,000 bottles, half of which is Barbaresco.