17 hectares of vineyards are much more than just a small farm in the area of Alba and the Paitin estate has the privilege of proposing prestigious labels like the Serra and Sorì Paitin, produced at Bricco di Neive-Serraboella, an area famous for its Barbaresco.
These are the vineyards that give the various selections that have made the estate’s name: Sorì Paitin Barbaresco Vecchie Vigne. Production is by no means limited to Nebbiolo-based wines, however, and the range of wines offered is ample and well varied. Barbera d’Alba is produced from the grapes of the Serraboella vineyard, while the Barbera d’Alba Superiore version of the wine is sourced from the smaller Campolive plot.
Dolcetto d’Alba is well represented by ten thousand fruity and varietal bottles.
White wine is a more recent part of the viticulture of the Langhe, but the principal grape utilized for the wines is the local Arneis, offered in this case both in a Langhe version and another from the sandy soils of Roero district across the Tanaro, on the river’s west bank.
Nebbiolo d’Alba, finally, is a more recent addition, with grapes from vineyards located within the confines of the city of Alba itself.