Presenting the region through wine
Piedmont, Langhe, La Morra.
A region where the histories of men and vines form a partnership whose beginning is lost in the mists of time and whose end is unimaginable.
Against this almost sacred backdrop we work quietly, respecting the environment, history and traditions.
Respect for the environment
Our vines are grown in accordance with the rhythms of nature as far as possible, since nature has all the potential and strategies to yield the best of its fruits.
No herbicides are used, because the grass and its roots provide the soil with the oxygen it needs and ensure a natural balance. We employ a very close planting layout to encourage the vines to root deeply.
We also adopt integrated pest management systems, to dramatically reduce the use of pesticides.
Almost all of the work in the vineyards – pruning, thinning and desuckering – is performed manually. The grapes are harvested entirely by hand, in the traditional way: the clusters are picked, placed in baskets and, thanks to the vicinity of the winery, moved quickly on to the next stages to be turned into fine wine.
In this part of Piedmont, the relationship with the earth, and work in the fields and the vineyards have always had a strong influence on popular culture.
Patience, experience and the old wisdom passed down from generation to generation, which we treasure, guide our work every day.
Today, we have new knowledge and more advanced technology, but we continue to produce wine with the same care and respect as our grandfathers: no herbicides, traditional mowing and cutting, copper and sulphur on the vines, long ageing in the cellars in large oak barrels.
We are proud that our wines follow
tradition, the classic approach.
This is what makes them unique and appreciated.
Cantine Dosio, a passion for wine
and a sole objective:
to conserve and enhance
the distinctive nature of a local product
The distinguishing feature of our production is certainly the constant and continuous pursuit of quality: in the end product, our processes, the soil and the vines.
Unquestionably, a great wine also requires favourable environmental conditions, but above all it needs the passion and commitment we have always dedicated to winemaking.
Put together, these characteristics create a style, a way of life.
Our style, the characteristic that distinguishes us, is without doubt a deep respect for the environment, nature and its resources, constancy and a commitment we renew on a daily basis.