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Our company’s history is about love and passion, handed down for generations. It’s about the discussion between different point of view, which all share, however, the goal of bringing the best fruit of our vineyards to tables around the world. Giovanni, Maurizio, Rocco, Fiorella and today also Umberto and Flaviana: 3 generations united by the love for the land and wine.


In 1896 Giovanni bought a vineyard by affixing an X on the notarial deed, and that was where the story of Ciabot began.

That vineyard gives us one of our best wines: the Dogliani Superiore CENTO VIGNETI.


The pressing and vinification take place in Farigliano, in a modern equipped winery where new ideas and projects are born and tra- ditional activities are continued.

We offer a full range of products, thanks to a continuous move- ment between what’s new and what’s past: from ancient traditions bound to the savoir faire of aging in wood, to the most modern techniques forwhite vinification, where unparalleled freshness and minerality are achieved.


Ciabot is located in Farigliano, Piedmont, with a vineyard area that goes from Doglianese to Roero.

From August 2020 a new challenge has begun in the Alessan- dria area, near Viguzzolo, where we started the cultivation and vinification of Timorasso.

We wisely cultivate with passion in the municipalities of Farigliano, Dogliani, Monforte, Serralunga, La Morra, Castagnito, Santo Stefano Roero, Montà and Viguzzolo.

Over the years, we have learned to appreciate the differences between important native vines, like Dolcetto, Nebbiolo, Barbera, Arneis, Moscato and Favorita and international ones, like Cabernet, Merlot and Sauvignon.

Our land gives mono varietal wines, but for the past 5 years it has been bringing interesting results on blending, by using the peculiarities of different vines.