The Chionetti family's link with the vine dates back to the 19th century. Although the real turning point came only in 1912, when Giuseppe Chionetti bought the farmstead in San Luigi, a particularly suitable area in the commune of Dogliani. From this moment onwards, the family linked its name above all to the Dolcetto grape, which it sold to the biggest merchants in the area. As well as the three historic crus of Dogliani, the company can also count on three vineyards in the Barolo area. All the vineyards have organic certification.