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Harvest after harvest

We sink our roots deeper into the magnificent Langa earth

At the beginning of the twentieth century, Josetta’s father Ernesto began to cultivate the vineyards inherited from his father. In 1975, a very young Josetta decided to take up work in her father’s vineyards. With a degree in agriculture and the help of her oenologist husband Robert, she began to cultivate the vines planted by her grandparents at the end of WWII. Several years later, Josetta and Roberto reaped the fruit of their labours, producing a Nebbiolo of excellent quality. In 1985, they presented their first Barolo with the current label—the fruit of passion and commitment in equal parts.

Our Labels

Gnomes are the consciences of good men

Josetta, creator of the original label drawings, dedicated her wines to these small creatures, who help farmers in the fields and look after the animals and the cellar in return for a little wine.

The beauty and originality of these drawings made Josetta Saffirio’s illustrations famous throughout the world.
The gnome perfectly represents our way of making wine in a sustainable way.

Sara Vezza invites you to

Visit our cellar

It will be a great pleasure to welcome you to the estate—to recount our history to you and show you our vineyards and cellar.

Our roots

The vines

Our roots have been here in Monforte d’Alba, in Piedmont, for five generations and two hundred years.

Our wines

Reds

  • Barolo
  • Langhe Nebbiolo
  • Barbera d’Alba

our wines

Whites & Sparkling Wines

  • Nebbiolo d’Alba DOC
  • Langhe DOC Rossese Bianco
  • Moscato

Our wines

Rosé

  • Langhe DOC Rosato
  • Nebbiolo d’Alba DOC

Awards AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

See the awards and acknowledgements we have received for our commitment and passion

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Sara's Blog

I know how lucky I am to have been born here, to have grown up with the light and colours of this fragrant land. One day I realised that it was not the land that belonged to me, but that I belonged to the land.