The Cà Neuva winery is located in the hamlet of Santa Lucia in Dogliani, an area renowned for the cultivation of Dolcetto in lower Piedmont. Specialising in the production of Dogliani DOCG, a fresh and fragrant red wine suitable for every meal, they also offer other varieties including Langhe Nebbiolo, Barolo DOCG, Arneis DOCG, Piemonte Barbera DOC and Langhe Rosso.
The annual production of around 60,000 bottles is spread over 10 hectares of land entirely cultivated with vines. The winery, located in a colonial setting with a view of the surrounding hills, welcomes visitors in a comfortable atmosphere with no parking problems.
The beauty of the Dogliano landscape, characterised by vineyards, woods and cultivations of cereals and hazelnuts, is reflected in the purity of the wines. Production is done in the traditional way, with particular attention to authenticity, eliminating the use of herbicides and aggressive insecticides in the vineyards and avoiding the addition of chemical additives in the winemaking process.
The winery's history is rooted in the past, with grandfather Celso vinifying Dolcetto in the same house since the early 1900s. This centuries-old winemaking tradition has been handed down through three generations and continues with the owner's commitment to preserve and teach this art to his children.