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"Consolina" vineyard "Capural" vineyard Birbet vineyard "Niculin" vineyard "Ricu" vineyard "Sorì" vineyard "Sigiuja Rosato" vineyard "Ternus " vineyard "Palazzina" vineyard "Taliano Giuseppe" vineyard "Ricu" vineyard "Dü Gir" "Vagnona" vineyard "Stissa " vineyard "Gambarin" vineyard "Niculin" vineyard "Sigiuja" vineyard "Ternus " vineyard "Frere" vineyard "Righeÿ" vineyard "Borzoni" vineyard

"Ricu" vineyard

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"Sorì" vineyard

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"Palazzina" vineyard

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"Borzoni" vineyard

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"Gambarin" vineyard

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"Dü Gir" vineyard

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"Frere" vineyard

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"Consolina" vineyard

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"Vagnona" vineyard

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"Niculin" vineyard

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"Ternus" vineyard

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"Capural" vineyard

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"Stissa" vineyard

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"Sigiuja" vineyard

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"Sigiuja Rosato" vineyard

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"Righeÿ" vineyard

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Birbet vineyard

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"Taliano Giuseppe" vineyard

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Barbaresco and his story

The origin of Barbaresco wine is strictly linked to Domizio Cavazza. Professor Cavazza wasn’t born in Barbaresco; instead, he was born in 1856 in Concordia sul Secchia (province of Modena).In 1878 he graduated in agronomics in Milan, and thanks to a scholarship he attended the National School of Agriculture in Montpellier. There he studied in deep viticulture and oenology. When he came back to Italy in 1881 he was appointed by Michele Coppino -Minister of Education- to found and manage the Practical School of Viticulture and Oenology in Alba (CN).In ten years he had been able to bring great prestige to this school “created with the ambitious goal of emancipating winegrowers