In 2002, Anna’s father decided to buy the old homestead where her grandfather Fiorenzo was born in 1924.
From an emotional “investment”, he got the idea of planting a Dolcetto grapes vineyard on the same land where his father picked the typical grapes “Moscato di Briaglia”.
While the vineyard grew, the winery was built and the farmhouse was renovated, following architectural characteristics that would completely integrate it into the landscape.
In 2011, the name Dolcetto Langhe Monregalesi, one of the “smallest” DOC of the Mediterranean area, changed to Dogliani DOCG.
The vineyards produce about 180 tones of grapes every harvest, partly for the farm, and partly for Cantina Dolcetto di Dogliani.
Our “Briccofiore” is a light red wine (approximately 12,5%) perfect for the whole meal. It takes its characteristics from the climate and ground of the Hill Bricco dei Fiori, which overlooks in full sunlight the historical Briaglia lakes.