For many years, Andrea Oberto combined two jobs: driving a truck during the week and in his spare time working the 3 ha of land he had inherited from his father. On this land he grew grapes, which he partly sold to a local cooperative and partly used himself to make wine. Today, this has developed into a 16 ha wine domain on which he produces magnificent wines that are exported all over the world. The vineyards are located in La Morra, Priocca and Barolo.
The Dolcetto d’Alba is always freshly fruity with typical, lively acidity. The Barbare d’Alba Giada is a complex wine produced from a 60-year-old barbera vineyard. From the young nebbiolo vines, the Langhe Nebbiolo is produced. This is a fruity wine with a nice structure and the typical earthy notes of nebbiolo.
A beautiful range of barolo wines tops the collection with the single-vineyard wines Vigneto Albarella, Vigneto Rocche and Vigneto Brunate as absolute highlights.