Neive owes its name to an illustrious and noble Roman family, "Gens Naevia", or "Naevii", established there in ancient times.


The coats of arms of each of the previous noble owners are displayed in the entrance

to the castle.

1802: birthdate of Camillo Bongiovanni of Castelborgo,

Camillo Bongiovanni was the first to cement a relationship with celebrated oenologist and wine merchant Louis Oudart.

Castello di Neive

The Castello di Neive estate has centuries of history closely bound to the town of Neive and its wines, in particular to the production of Barbaresco DOCG

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Head Office and historical cellars

Via Castelborgo 1

12052 | Neive - Italy 


Offices and Cellar 2

Corso Romano Scagliola 205

12052 | Neive - Italy

Ph.: +39 017367171  


Visits and sales

La Casetta del Castello

Piazzetta Demaria 1

12052 | Neive - Italy

Ph.: +39 3292125171


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