Dogliotti, a Family-Run Winery for Five Generations
Dogliotti 1870 Winery was established on top of a hill in 1870 by Giusseppe and Marcello Dogliotti, in Castiglione Tinella. In 1929, the winery relocated to the center of Castagnole delle Lanze at the mountain’s foothills. The family has run the winery from the beginning, and old traditions are still used by the current generations of the Dogliotti Family. Ivan, Erik, and Matteo Dogliotti represent the fifth generation of the family and work together and combine their abilities to make the winery successful.
The main aim of Dogliotti 1870 Winery is to produce quality wines and share them with the whole world.
Explore the Vineyards and the Museum of the Dogliotti Winery
The vineyards are worth a visit and reachable by car, it takes around five minutes. You can have a 360-degree view of the Langhe Hills. The winery shows a long history and tradition. There is an old and historic part of the winery still present that is no longer in operation but serves as a private museum with old winemaking equipment on show. The winemakers combine tradition with new and innovative techniques to make their wines.
Discover the Unique Wines of Dogliotti
The main grape of the region is Moscato, and has been popular since ancient times and used to produce aromatized white wines. Moscato is a unique sweet white wine that has a pleasant fruit-forward, fresh aroma. Barbera is an excellent red wine of the Piedmont region made at the winery. Both the wines are of high-quality and express the features of their terrain. Their two main products are Moscato d’Asti and Barbera d’Asti. Dogliotti 1870 Winery has also brought back its famous Vermouth wines.