Every day, tourists and wine enthusiasts arrive from all over the globe, yearning to discover the beauties and the secrets of these hills, birthplace of the most famous Italian wine: Barolo

The first things to attract the eyes of these visitors are the tidy rows of Nebbiolo vineyards of the Boschetti hill, which rises above the red roofs of the village houses and the proud, superb merlons of the castle of the Falletti family, marquises of Barolo (1307-1838).

The Nebbiolo vineyards of the Boschetti hill have belonged to the Gomba family for many years and the only Boschetti cru of Barolo is that one produced by Sergio Gomba.

If Barolo is the heart of the Langhe, Boschetti is the heart of Barolo.