Since 1670 the Negro family cultivates vineyards on the Roero hills, works to increase the value of this wonderful corner of Piemonte, dedicating her wines to the prestigious native vines: Favorita and white grape Arneis, Nebbiolo, Barbera, Bonarda, the long grape Dolcetto and Brachetto among the black ones.
Today it is about 60 hectares of vineyards, placed between the historical Perdaudin farm-house in Monteu Roero, that of S.Vittore in Canale and Basarin in Neive.
The grapes grow up in the best sunny places, in calcareous soils of alluvial origin that differ from hill to hill. The different soils and microclimates originate well-defined and rich in taste wines.
The symbol of the historical link between the Negro Family and these terroirs. The estate’s leading symbolic label, Perdaudin is made in the vineyards of the old Podere di Audino. The marine origin of the soils gives life to a nectar rich in mineral scents, typical of Roero wines