THE WINE CELLARS
The centuries-old history of the Oddero family has profoundly influenced the architecture of the farmhouse where our wine cellars are located. Each generation has designed and built a part of the building, adding living-spaces, productive areas, and new hallways. But the central body has remained substantially the same. It is built in the typical “L” plan with a spacious courtyard between the two
arms in the traditional style of historical Langhe farmhouses, facing south. We use wood and stainless steel for aging our wines. For Barolo and Barbaresco, we use mostly barrels of Austrian, Slavonian, and French oak. Our Barbera d’Alba and d’Asti are also aged for a short time in barriques and afterwards for a longer period in larger oak barrels.