The vineyard is near the historical centre of the town of Canale and you can still see traces of a 13th century parish church, with the monastery once inhabited by monks.

Purchased by the Negro family in 1996, it is characterised by sandy-clay soils and sits at an altitude varying from 250 to 340 metres above sea level, exposed south, south-west.
The vineyards are planted with Arneis, Barbera and Nebbiolo. We use no herbicides and the harvest is carried out by hand: the grapes are picked and placed in 20 kg crates to preserve their quality.

The grapes grown here are used to make our classic wines, Nebbiolo Angelin and Barbera Dina.

Wines produced in this Additional Geographic Mention