Poderi Vaiot, a Charming Winery in a UNESCO Heritage
Poderi Vaiot is located in the historic region of Piedmont, a UNESCO World Heritage site because of its cultural landscape. The winery’s three vineyards on Roero Hills stretch out as far as the human eye can see. The picturesque ravines, the ancient castles, and old villages surround the winery, giving a mesmerizing view.
Poderi Vaiot, Winemaking is a Passed Down Family Secret
Daniele and Walter Casetta currently own the Poderi Vaiot estate. They inherited the secrets of winemaking from their father, Franco. Since 2001, they have indulged themselves in the business to provide rich-quality wines. The name of the winery has a unique history. It got its name from the ancient tradition in the area of Montà. The symbol of the winery is the griffin, and its icon is the historic shrine – Santuario dei Piloni in a view – dating back to the 30s. These three aspects are linked together on the labels of Poderi Vaiot. Winegrowing traditions at Poderi Vaiot maintain equilibrium between man and nature.
A Colorful Bouquet of Grape Varieties
They carry off most of the work by hand to preserve the land’s natural biodiversity. At the winery of Poderi Vaiot, the production staff grows a range of Roero Arneis, Roero, Nebbiolo d’Alba, and Barbera d’Alba. They also cultivate grapes for the production of the unique Val Del Moro Spumante and Nebbiolo d’Alba Spumante Rosé. These six jewels of Roero produce delicious red, white, and sparkling wines. We invite you to visit the Poderi Vaiot Winery for a few days. Enjoy the unique wines of the estate around the lush countryside.