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Piedmont, Italy

About Centovigne

The Castle of Castellengo, situated in the Biella pre-Alps below Monte Rosa, has served as a residence for centuries for the production of exquisite wines. These wines originate from the nearby vineyards, which are situated on ancient glacial marine soils. The cultivation of Nebbiolo and Erbaluce has always been the primary focus in these vineyards.

Magda and Alessandro Ciccioni reinterpret the tradition on a daily basis through the almost archaeological recovery of the ancient vineyards, reconstituting the historic property now known as Centovigne because it is made up of small vineyards distributed on the hills between the Castle of Castellengo and Mottalciata, in Upper Piedmont.

The eighteenth-century cellars enhance the use of concrete tanks and large oak barrels for the aging of wines, combining new knowledge and tradition in a combination of technology and history.

Their roots go back to 1682, the year in which the document dates back to the list of how many presses, how many barrels, and how many vats were found inside the crote of Castellengo.

On 28 September 1748, a Cabreo was drawn up, which was a judicial report concerning the feudal assets of Castellengo. It determined the extension of the vineyards and the cultivation systems used. In 1888, the summary of the Sella Company in Castellengo appeared, detailing the income and expenses associated with the sale of Castellengo.

Additional Details:

  • Sustainable Practices: Yes
  • Country: Italy
  • Region: Piedmont
  • Sub Region: Biella

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