Vineyards & Cellar

The estate spreads over 12.5 acres of hilltop land  formed by a red porphyry and ancient marine sands soil of volcanic origin. The vineyards lie as high as 280 to 400 meters and include Nebbiolo, Vespolina, Croatina Barbera, Uva Rara and Chardonnay varietals, benefiting from a South, South-West exposure. Ourvineayrds are a sold as 30 years. The training system is the traditional Guyot.

The cellar hosts a series of temperature-controlled stainless steel fermentation vessels and 22 hl French oak barrels as well as barriques.

The Story

Roccia Rossa is a craft winery located in Northern Piedmont with the office and cellar based in Brusnengo and vineyards in Villa del Bosco, right at the foothills of the Monte Rosa in the provinces of Biella and Vercelli. It was established in 2011 by Galliano Boscolo, a local textile entrepreneur who fell in love with the traditional vine cultivation in this area.

By purchasing some vineyards in “La Pianella” area, he marked the start of a venture aimed at bringing light on the extraordinary qualities of the Nebbiolo grape and the indigenous varietals. Despite being relatively young, Roccia Rossa is increasingly gaining acclaims both nationally and abroad for the finesse and elegance of its wines.