My story is that of a comeback. Humanistic studies, a degree in Economics and an internship abroad, where I have worked for some multinational corporations. And in the meantime, my hills were changing. From being a rural province to becoming the center of the world: while wine and truffles were attracting people from all over the world, the landscape of the Langhe has been recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
In Germany, I have met Swantje, my partner, and with her I have started planning my return. I wanted to rediscover the places of my childhood through a project that would have made me most happy: reclaim the family vineyards and put them to good use.
In 2016, I quitted my job and eagerly threw myself into the vineyards. I have started studying, experimenting. With the help of my uncle Michele, who knows the land by heart, and the oenologist Piero Ballario, we create a wine that speaks of my roots, of my love for the Langhe, of the simple complexity of this place.