The Azienda agricola Castello di Neive was founded in the early 1960s by engineer Italo Stupino. It is a beautiful business that is deeply tied to its territory and boasts a property of about 60 hectares, 27 of which are vineyards. A traditional winery, with great attention paid to the care of all transformation processes. The fermentation of the wines, in particular, takes place in modern cellars equipped with all the technology needed to monitor every step to the best of their ability. At the end of the transformation, then, the wines rest in barrels and barriques for the delicate phase of maturation. These are housed within the walls of the castle cellars. A historic place, where the oenologist Louis Oudart began the production of a dry wine, 'Neive', based on Nebbiolo, with which he won a gold medal at the London Exhibition of 1862.