Opening hours from 9.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.
Tastings are possible from MONDAY to SATURDAY.
Visits to the cellars are possible subject to availability.
VISITS TO THE CELLARS ARE NOT POSSIBLE DURING THE GRAPE HARVEST AND WINE-MAKING PERIOD.
Wine tasting “THE ESSENTIAL”: 3 wines – Langhe Nascetta DOC, Dogliani DOCG, Barbera D’Alba DOC – 5,00 €/per person
Wine tasting “FOR CURIOUS PEOPLE”: 5 wines of your choice – included a Barolo – 15,00 €/per person
Wine tasting “IN DEEPENING”: 10 wines of your choice – included two Barolo – 25,00 €/per person
– SELECTION x 2pp of cheese and salami , with breadsticks – 10,00 €
The wine tasting lasts around 1h / 2h depending on the typology choosen.
HOW TO REACH US
we always recommend using Google Maps, the most reliable, while we do not recommend the one enclosed in the car.
We are not in the town of Farigliano but on its highest hills.
coming from Alba follow for Dogliani – Belvedere Langhe – Clavesana
instead coming from Mondovì or Cuneo follow for Clavesana and continue beyond Lo Sbaranzo
Follow the directions on the road to reach us.
Click here to book your visit to the winery
Unlike other parts of the country, the Langa was protected from the past in the sixties to the eighties: the character of the people remained diffident and reserved, plain food, but prepared with great fantasy.
We can find in these hills, festivals and fairs throughout the year, celebrating different agriculture products and food: chick-peas soup, medlars the famous meat fair of the “Fat Ox” in Carrù and also the celebrated sheep cheese called “tume”.
Every season is beautiful for visiting the Langhe: in autumn you can enjoy flaming red and warm yellow on the vineyards or a white silent cover of snow in winter.
Hot food and good restaurants offer very interesting, traditional recipes.
To choose a holiday in the area of Dogliani is a celebration of time, manners, flavours, feelings of other times. Plan enough time to enjoy the changing scenery at each bend, alternating vineyards with woods, hills rolling to the river Tanaro, the magic background of the Alps. Villages on the top of the hills crowned by towers and medieval castles.