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"Neive, Langhe, Piedmont, Italy"
was Italo Stupino's mantra when presenting Neive.
For Italo everything began in Neive, the village where he was born
 along with his father and grandfather before him.

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Neive is a small town located in the south of Piedmont, more specifically in the Langhe, the hills that cover the highest area on the right side of the Tanaro river.

The division between the historical town centre and the new development of the modern Borgonuovo has allowed the maintenance of the historical borgo intact during the 60s and 70s.

Its beauty and the work of far-seeing administrators have established Neive as one of the 100 most beautiful towns of Italy. 

It is in the heart of the UNESCO site for the "Paesaggi Vitivinicoli di Langhe e Monferrato", the winegrowing landscape of the Langhe and Monferrato.


From a food and wine perspective, it is renowned as the ‘land of the four wines’, Barbaresco, Barbera d’Alba, Dolcetto d'Alba, and Moscato d’Asti. Though there are numerous other appellations here, these are the ones that have contributed  the most to the history of the area.

Not only wines, though: the I.G.P. hazelnut variety “tonda gentile delle Langhe”, the white truffles and the region's grappa also deserve an honorable mention.

These products are the ideal raw material for the sophisticated food and wine culture offered in the restaurants and trattorie of the area. Hospitality culture and tourism flourished. 

Neive has enjoyed one of the largest increases in tourism in the Langhe. This has given rise to new activities related to food and wine culture, such as our own wineshop “La Casetta del Castello”.


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