The plots of land owned by the Rabajà di Bruno Rocca company are spread out across a planted surface of 15 hectares. The vineyard is mostly centred around Barbaresco, in the Rabajà area. The other vines are located in Treiso, Neive (in the Currà area), and in the municipality of Vaglio Serra (Asti), where Barbera d’Asti is produced.
The work is carried out by Bruno and his son Francesco, who is in charge of the enological and agronomic stages. The 60 thousand Bruno Rocca-signed bottles comprise: Nebbiolo da Barbaresco, which makes up more than half the total production, Barbera d'Alba, Barbera d'Asti, Dolcetto, Langhe Chardonnay and Langhe Rosso.
Nebbiolo 100%, coming from the Rabajà Cru, in the village of Barbaresco. The soil is clay, tuﬀ with marl and limestone. The average age of the vines is around 50-60 years
Barbera 100%, coming from the village of Neive, Crù Currà and Crù Fausoni. Soil with limestone and blue marl. Average age of vines is about 50-60 years old La Barbera Secondo Bruno Rocca
Chardonnay 100%, coming from the village of Neive. Soil is a mix of limestone and blue marl. The average age of the vines is about 40 years