Albino Rocca is composed of four vineyards, approximately eighteen hectares in total, all located in the historic Barbaresco DOCG. Vigna Ronchi is their oldest vineyard, planted over 50 years ago and containing vines over 70 years old; it is the most representative of the winery’s style. Their other vineyards include Ovello Vigna Loreto, Vigna Montersino, and Vigna Cotta. Though the Rocca family have been cultivating Nebbiolo in Piedmont for over a century, Albino Rocca was established in 1955. The estate is now run and managed by Albino’s granddaughters; Daniela, Monica, and Paola. They are committed to the same philosophy of their ancestors in crafting wines that “reflect superior quality that is authentically tied to our territory”.