The 2019 vintage began with a long winter season with few snowfalls and cold temperatures alternating with milder periods. More rainfall in the spring provided the water reserves needed to cope with the summer season. Summer began with a late June and early July characterized by temperatures out of average, which however did not show evident signs in wine, a sign of a great maturity of farmers in the interpretation of the new climate panorama. The heat, then milder, continued until the end of September. Nebbiolo was harvested in the second part of October and its analytical parameters are classic, with a good sugar content and an excellent polyphenolic framework, suitable for ensuring structured wines, excellent color and with great aging potential.

The vineyard area reached 775 hectares and the production reached 4,915,749 bottles, the highest ever.