The history of the winery began in 1964, when it was founded by Maria Feyles and her son-in-law Antonio de Nicola, who first invested in the purchase of a parcel of land in the village of Neive, the Montesommo vineyard, in the heart of the Barbaresco production area.
Over the years, other parcels have been progressively added in several villages on the Langhe hills. The company now owns around 7ha of vineyards, mostly planted with Nebbiolo, but also with Barbera and Dolcetto, which allow for an annual production of roughly 40 000 bottles a year.
Through the years, the company has consistently shown its attachment to the tradition both in the vineyards and in the winery, striving to produce distinctive wines, true expression of the grapes and of the terroir:
In the vineyards, rows are high and well distanced, to ensure the grapes are well exposed to the sunlight.
In the winery, macerations are long, for higher extraction, ageing is carried out in Slavonian oak casks of medium size, with no use of barriques, and the number of operations is kept to a minimum, not to interfere with the natural development of the wine.