In Castiglione Falletto, Piedmont, in the Rocche area the vines and the RoccheViberti winery are planted. An important wine area in the world as aristocratic for the succession of high-sounding names in historical times. Piedmont holds geographical areas and denominations closely linked to native vines. As well as the hills of the Rocche, in the prestigious territory of the Langhe, they hold the Nebbiolo grape prince of Piedmontese wines. The RoccheViberti farm with 5 hectares of specialized vineyards divided into "Cru" or Menzione Geografica cultivates grapes of great value: Nebbiolo, Barbera and Dolcetto d'Alba. The Cru di Rocche di Castiglione is made up of 40-year-old vines in a land rich in skeletons: (fine sand, tufa and limestone), where only Nebbiolo da Barolo is grown and produced. Cru del Bricco Boschis, together with the Cru Mariondino with small dimensions, whose soils are rich in clay, it follows that the Baroli are very structured and long-lived. All this falls into a constant and methodical winemaking, in line with ancient winery traditions. Fermenting in oak barrels and refining in bottles that the noble red wines of the RoccheViberti farm rest, and slowly elaborate delicate aromas and refine the fullness of flavors.