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Angelo Negro

Roero, Piedmont • Italy

This historic winery from the 1640s was rebuilt in the 1940s after Angelo Negro tackled the complicated process of buying back the family’s land from nine siblings.

oak wine barrels

Now comprising almost 70 hectares in the Piemontese region of Roero—across the Tanaro River from the more famous Langhe—and some plots on the other side in Barbaresco and Barolo as well, the vineyards are farmed organically, and traditional methods are employed in the cellar. The current owner, Giovanni Negro, is credited with producing Roero’s first dry Arneis on record in 1971, and the family continues to work together to champion the native varietals of Piedmont.


Langhe Favorita “Onorata”

Roero Arneis “Serra Lupini”

Roero Arneis Unfiltered

Langhe Nebbiolo “Angelin”

Roero Nebbiolo “Prachiosso”

carved logo of a cherub on wooden door
patio at Angelo Negro winery
road leading to Italian winery
unshaken white wine bottle
yellow and green wine label