Traditional wines that express the elegance of one of Piedmont’s oldest castles

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Our wines

The purest expression of the Piedmontese grapes and terroir

We’ve put our focus on typical Piedmont grapes: Dolcetto, Barbera, Nebbiolo, Arneis, Moscato and Gavi, with the utmost respect for the unique area that we have the good fortune to inhabit. We interpret the winemaking heritage of our region with a modern approach that nods to the classic style of Langhe wines, while allowing us to showcase the characteristics of the Roero, and the potential of our grape varieties.
The result is a series of elegant, approachable, monovarietal wines, rich in floral and fruity scents deriving directly from the grapes and enjoyable to drink on any occasion.

This is why the use of the most modern winemaking techniques allows us to take care of the product in a meticulous way, enhancing the organoleptic characteristics of the typical variety; constant controls, then, allow our wines to reach perfect balance and finally the wisdom of time leads them to maximum harmony.
In 2006 the estate became part of the 100 Vini Fine Italian Wines distribution network, which promotes our wines around the world, along with those of other Italian estates, united by the ongoing search for quality and remarkable sensitivity to environmental sustainability issues.

Our territory

Piedmont vineyard landscape and UNESCO World Heritage

Perched on a steep hill overlooking the neighbouring Langhe and dominating the valley below, the Santa Vittoria estate, with its tower dating back to 1386, stands in the eponymous village of Santa Vittoria d’Alba. Here, in soils of marine origin, consisting mainly of sand and calcareous sandstone, vineyards have found the ideal habitat producing white wines that are fruity and aromatic, and red wines that are elegant and smooth, all of outstanding prestige. In 2014, the vineyard landscapes of the Roero, along with those of the Langhe and Monferrato, were declared UNESCO World Heritage, due to their being an “exceptional living testimony of the historical tradition of the cultivation of the vine, of the wine-making processes, of a social, rural context and of an economic fabric based on the culture of wine”


A holiday that becomes an unforgettable experience

We are perfectly aware that we are immersed in the beauty of a fairytale setting and we want to share our good fortune: our castle now houses a wonderful 4* hotel, where tourists can spend the most delightful holidays, relaxing by the pool and enjoying the finest traditional Piedmontese cuisine, prepared by the chef of the Ristorante del Castello di Santa Vittoria and paired with our wines.