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San Biagio

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The historical cellar is located in the old farm building dating back to 1923: under high, narrow vaults, there are large and medium-sized oak barrels, in which the Barolo of the different vintages is aged. In 2000, a new cellar was built next to the latter, equipped with a modern vinification area and completely underground rooms, where the wine matures in tonneaux and barriques and refines that already in the bottle


The company is family-run, and the owner, Giovanni, is the coordinator. Today he is flanked by his three children: Davide, an agro-technician, manages and takes care of the processing and phytosanitary controls of the vineyards; Gianluca, an oenologist, takes care of all aspects of vinification; and Tiziana, a language graduate, takes care of the commercial side, communication and reception.

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The estate covers an area of 18 hectares, and almost all the vineyards belonging to the company are part of the great Barolo Vineyards in the commune of La Morra. To these are added some vineyards in Serralunga d'Alba, in the hamlet of San Rocco Seno d'Elvio and Treiso.


The wines produced reflect the Langa grape varieties: Barolo Capalot, Barolo Rocchettevino, Barolo Bricco San Biagio, Barolo Sorano, Barolo classico, Barbaresco, Barbera d'Alba, Langhe Nebbiolo in two versions, Dolcetto d'Alba, the rare Verduno Pelaverga, Langhe Rosso and Vino Rosato.

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