This is a family-owned winery, in the family for three generations. The property is located just outside La Morra, in the Barolo region. It stands on top of a hill, and the three-story building is rather new and beautifully constructed. The ground floor has a restaurant with multiple, rustic tables, surrounded by large barrels. It also houses the wine shop and tasting area. Higher up there are private rooms and at the top, a great balcony that offers a 360 degree view of the Barolo area. The food, a multicourse pre-set menu, was quite enjoyable. The wines are mostly good, table wines, including dolcetto, barbera, arneis, favorita, several barolos, a barbaresco, gavi, moscato d'Asti and several red blends. We did not get to taste the top wines, but those we tasted were average and not memorable. Service was extremely slow.