On the "Bric Camparo" slopes, we find different varieties of grapes.
On the lower part there are Chardonnay and Viognier (the latter will go into production for the first time in 2018) while, further up the hill, we have Nebbiolo and Dolcetto on the summit.
The "Montagrillo" hill enjoys enviable exposure. The Nebbiolo and Dolcetto on the plot always provide the highest quality grapes.
The "Corini" vineyard was the first purchased by grandfather Francesco and is adjacent to the old farm from which it takes its name. Once planted with a peach orchard and vineyards, today it is divided into three vineyards where there are Nebbiolo, Dolcetto and Barbera.
The "Servetti" vineyard takes its name from the nearby township. About one hectare in size, it is used totally for the cultivation of Dolcetto.
The "Santa Croce" vineyard takes its name from the road that leads from the hamlet of Valle Talloria to Diano d'Alba. It is the smallest vineyard and is used for the cultivation of Nebbiolo.
The Hazel grove is located in the valley because the plants do not need optimal exposure. Planted in 2004, the grove is in full production.
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