Our winery

The Pecchenino winery has always been a family business.
The first documents attesting the winemaking activity date back to the end of the 20th century, when the winery, managed by grandfather Attilio, had little more than 8 hectares. In the 1970s, the reins of the company passed into the hands of his son Marino and later, at the end of the 1980s in line with the generational changeover, his sons Orlando and Attilio took over the business.

It is to them that we owe the expansion of the vineyard area which today consists of 35 hectares, divided between the municipalities of Dogliani, Monforte d’Alba and Bossolasco. The area of Dogliani, where the “historical” winery is located, is typical for the cultivation of the Dolcetto vine, which is still the dominant variety, followed by Nebbiolo and Barbera. Over the years, the company has purchased lands in the municipality of Monforte d’Alba, where the second and more recently renovated winery is dedicated to the production of its Barolos and some others in the municipality of Bossolasco, dedicated to the production of white wines, with particular reference to Alta Langa, a classic method sparkling wine made from pinot noir and chardonnay grapes.