The winery is located in the municipality of La Morra in the province of Cuneo above Barolo in the Italian region Piedmont
, The origins date back to 1880, when the Diocese-based Diatto-Negri family from Turin also cultivated wine and exported their wines to New York. It was rebuilt in 2001. The estate consists of eight hectares of forest with a rich natural animal population of wild boars, foxes, rabbits and deer, as well as nearly six hectares of vineyards. He is led by Gabriella Spallino, as oenologist Sergio Molino is responsible. The vineyards are located at 450 to 530 meters above sea level, this is the highest point of the Barolo area. It cultivates the red varieties Nebbiolo and Pinot Nero, as well as the white wine variety Chardonnay. Among the premium wines of the house are the two DOCG red wines Barolo
Serradenari (24 months aging in conical stump vats) and La Tartufaia (24 months aging in French oak barrels), each made from 100% Nebbiolo. Every year around 40,000 bottles of wine are produced, which are exported 100% to Northern Europe, Japan and the USA. The winery is a member of Consorzio Tutela Barolo e Barbaresco.