Luigi and Massimo Veglio take care of 12 hectares between Langhe and Roero, according to the family agricultural tradition and in full respect of nature. The Castagni and Raviole vineyards are located respectively in La Morra and Grinzane Cavour, and it is from these bunches that Barolo DOCG is born.
The story begins in 1931 at the Cascina Cappellano di Diano d'Alba: a farm that dates back to the 1700s, owned by the Veglio family. Mixed agriculture and livestock dominated the Langhe of that time. However, in the following years viticulture in Valle Talloria continued to grow and so Luigi tried his hand at the first bottles and a few years later he finally saw a label bearing the family name.
The family has never stopped investing in the cellar and in the vineyard to arrive at a now evident result: wines of the highest quality, authentic expressions of this splendid terroir.