5 Interpretations of Terroir

We farm about 10 hectares (25 acres) of vineyards, in La Morra and Vicoforte

The old vines of Rocche dell’Annunziata and Torriglione, which surround the winery, are the original holdings of the Oberto family for many generations.  In 2007 we purchased 4,75 hectares (11,75 acres) in the Berri vineyard and from 2012 until 2017 we rented 1,2 hectare (2.97 acres) of old vines within the Capalot cru in La Morra.  Beginning in 2018, thanks to our friend Massimo Martinelli, we have cultivated 3 hectares (7.41 acres) of Dolcetto and Nebbiolo in the Bricco Mollea vineyard in Vicoforte, at the foot of the Maritime Alps.
Berri: 5 hectares (12.36 acres) located within the extreme western edge of the Barolo region, close to the Tanaro river.
Capalot: 1.2 hectares (2.97 acres – rented from 2012 until 2017) in the eastern district of La Morra.
Torriglione: 1,5 hectares (3.71 acres) surrounding the winery.
Rocche dell’Annunziata: 1,3 hectares (3.21 acres), in front of the winery.
Bricco Mollea in Vicoforte: 3 hectares (7.41 acres) of Dolcetto vines in the southern part of the Langhe district. South exposure at 600 meters (1,968 feet) above sea level, facing the Maritime Alps.

Rocche dell’Annunziata

One of La Morra’s most historic vineyards, giving Barolo wines of extreme finesse, dominated by delicate, floral, spicy aromas.


This Cru forms the hill at the foot of the hamlet from which it takes its name. In front of Rocche dell’Annunziata, but with a more compact, clay soil.


Our bet on a vineyard in the extreme west of Barolo area


Rented from 2012 till 2017, Capalot is a vineyard which complemented Berri, both in character and age of vines.

Vicoforte Bricco Mollea

Old vines of Dolcetto at the extreme South of Langhe Region, at the feet of Maritime Alps. Being rented since 2018.