Langhe, Roero and Monferrato UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Langa del Barbaresco is the most eastern part of the territory and ranks from Alba to the hills of Asti Moscato with stunning views of the nearby Roero. It ‘s the area of production of Barbaresco DOCG, which includes the towns of Barbaresco, Neive, Treiso and San Rocco Seno d’Elvio, County of Alba.  Countries resting on top of the hills, quaint, rich in art, culture and traditions that joining the “scent of wine” provide an experience and wonder.
An area characterized by square miles of hills covered with vineyards stretching as far as the eye, blending in with the natural phenomena of Treiso spectacular “Rocche dei Sette Fratelli”, and the Tanaro River that divides and unites, almost like a hinge, Langa and Roero.

The Langa of Barolo is a small piece of land a few kilometers from Alba characterized by hills planted with vines almost everywhere, castles and fortresses trees. One of the most precious treasures is the production of the “King of Wines”, Barolo, with exceptions product characteristics for each of the eleven countries of production.