The vineyard is located in Agliano Terme, on the south-eastern side; a particularly suitable area. Winemakers of the past used to say that here Barbera wines have a certain “ghèddu”. This archaic term from the Piedmontese language indicated a unique and graceful personal style. In fact, the wines from the south and south-eastern slopes of Agliano have great structure and, at the same time, are very elegant on the nose and palate. The soil of this vineyard, which is about 20 years old, is clayey, with some sandy veins. The position allows the rows of vines to receive shade as early as mid-afternoon; precious hours in which the temperature of the ripening grapes gradually begins to fall until the final cooling that comes from the evening breezes from the valley floor.