UNESCO heritage, a land of wine and hazelnuts
Langhe, wine and nature
The Landscapes wine of Piedmont: The Langhe Roero and Monferrato are recognized UNESCO World Heritage Site on 22 June 2014. This landscape covers five vitinicole distinct areas with exceptional landscapes and the famous Castello di Cavour, an emblematic name in both the development of the vineyards and in Italian history. It is located in the southern part of Piedmont, between the Po River and the Ligurian Apennines, and includes the full range of technical and economic processes related to viticulture and winemaking that has characterized the region for centuries, since Roman times.
Place where does the land of Moscato and Hazelnut Tonda Gentile delle Langhe, the exquisite hazelnut IGP, the rolling hills of the Langhe, like a gem set in a precious jewel, the small town of Castino surrounded by orderly rows exposed to the sun, lovingly tended with skill and passion for a unique wine universally recognized and appreciated.