Almondo Vigna Bric Valdiana

Bric Valdiana


The first part of this vineyard was completed in 1991, replanting an ancient rented vineyard . The current plot has an area of 6 hectares, but it’s the result of the purchase of land by 14 different owners.

It’s the vineyard that most needs care and attention, but it can offer excellent Nebbiolo grapes for elegant, mineral and long-living Roeros.




up to 30%

Vineyard age

Nebbiolo 30 years
Arneis 15 years
Bragat Rosa 20 years

Average altitude

280 m


6 Ha


4700 vines per hectar


south, south-east


Nebbiolo, Arneis, Bragat Rosa


Vertical trellis system – Guyot


44°49’45″N – 7°58’05″E


In Bric Valdiana vineyard two types of soil, typical of Roero, can be identified: at the top of the hill there is a layer of soil that can be traced back to the sands of Asti, yellow-greyish; it is largely composed of sand and silt, with calcium concentration in the order of 5-7%. This complex was formed about 4.5 million years ago by a shallow sea bottom (200 m) and densely populated by mollusks (710 species have been classified).

In the middle band of the hill, sand of Asti mix with older geological formations: the clays of Lugagnano, which have been originated 5,5 million years ago by a medium deep seafloor (500m), therefore less oxygenated. The soil is mostly composed by clay and silt, it has a bluish-gray color, and it’s moderately calcareous (10-15%).

This type of soil ensures sufficient water supply in summer and a balanced availability of nutrients, very important for a production of quality grapes.

The texture of the soil has on average 35% sand, 40% silt, 25% clay with a total calcium content of 12%.