In a century of big urban infrastructures, industrial or agricultural, where man has completely overcome the natural landscape, it still survives a side of Piedmont sharing harmony and peace.
The Roero area remembers the Hundred Acre Wood by A.A.Milne, with its meadows, orchards, forests, cornfields and vineyards.
It is a magical garden set on an ancient seabed, a box of traditions, the seashell’s realm over the hills.
This territory is growing, developing itself, excelling and getting along with the most important viticolture regions of the world without loosing its clear fairy identity like it were protected by a sort of magical boundary.

consorzio del roero