The hillside rises up from the hamlet of Ciotto towards Cascina Nuova, which enjoys south, south-easterly exposure, and has a north-easterly basin that is always well ventilated. Here we cultivate about 2.5 hectares of south-easterly exposed vineyard, between 250 and 300 m above sea level. The soil is lean, featuring St. Agatha Marls, formations from the Tortonian period consisting of clay mixed with fine sand and limestone. The Barolo produced here is distinguished by fruit and freshness, an almost ethereal finesse, extreme elegance and moderate concentration. All supported by a fine, intense and harmonious bouquet.