The Sant’Anna vineyard was acquired together with the Cascina Amalia estate in 2003. It is just over three hectares in size and is composed of six parcels that surround the winery.
These are planted with Dolcetto and Barbera together with Rossese Bianco, a rare variety that is probably native to Liguria but was planted here so long ago that it is on the region of Piedmont’s list of authorized wine grapes.
The vineyard has a mostly westerly exposure and the soil is rich in clay and chalk from lequio formation -serravallian /aerly tortonian.
Map of the vineyard