This is the “Other” Langa, which joins the Langhe and the Alta Langa, forming the western part, home to the roots of a wonderful story which began with Beppe Fenoglio’s “Malora” and has brought us to its acknowledgement as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The estate is made up of more than 50 hectares and comprises fields and woods that provide the perfect setting for delightful walks. It has a central residential area and 15 hectares of
vineyards. Dolcetto is the grape traditionally grown in the area and used to make Dogliani DOCG Superiore and this variety has now been joined by Nebbiolo, Barbera and Riesling, as well
as Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, cultivated to make both still wine and sparkling Alta Langa DOCG.