The landscape of Roero is characterized by a series of hills that, starting from the picturesque area of the “Rocche”, in a constant up and down, arrive to lick the river Tanaro, where beautiful castles and superb vineyards stick out. In rapid sequence to the wild beauty of the “Rocche” in fact, ordered vineyards, forests and orchards are alternated. The twentythree hectares of vineyards, in addition to the 7 hectares of orchards including peaches, apricots, plums, lie on the border between Castellinaldo d’Alba and the municipality of Canale. From the church of Madonna dei Cavalli, it is possible to admire an unmissable panorama of hills, plains and castles, of all the winegrowing landscapes of Roero, together with those of Langhe and Monferrato, in 2014 they were declared UNESCO World Heritage since “they are 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 sight almost crowned by the Alpine arch of Piedmont, Valle d’Aosta and Lombardy. For years we have been dedicating ourselves to the skilful care of the land for years, that we cultivate with organic fertilizers, such as green manure.