the Region


An ancient history

Cisterna d’ Asti is located at the junction of three generous territories , Monferrato , Langhe and Roero, always the three areas most prestigious wine of Piedmont : for this reason, its strategic importance is ancient history. The castle was founded as a fortress in the Middle Ages , then refines transformed into an elegant residence , now dominates the vineyards as a careful guardian , almost in custody and protection of their grapes and those who love wisdom and transform them into fine wines .

What better setting to host the Museum of Arts and Crafts in a time if not the same noble residence, in which salt cellars and equipment of the 600 farmers have been used to recreate ancient craft shops.

At Cisterna d’Asti culture and tradition make history today: it is no coincidence that here arise the wines of Tenuta La Pergola .

The vineyards of Tenuta La Pergola are all over the hills in the sun, which is a strong presence of essential elements such as sand , clay , limestone and mineral elements necessary to obtain a prestigious wine , a wine La Pergola .

The high quality of the wines is guaranteed by each carefully selected grapes grown in a well-defined geographical area.

The choice of the soil is a very important factor : the vineyards of Tenuta La Pergola is located on the hills well exposed to the sun , full of sand, clay , limestone and minerals , essential for obtaining a prestigious wine , a wine La Pergola .

Il Monferrato

Its territory almost entirely of hills, lies mainly in the provinces of Asti and Alessandria and extends southward from the right bank of the Po until you reach the foot of the Ligurian Apennines on the border with the Province of Genoa and the Province of Savona.


The Roero (Roè in Piedmontese) is located in the north-east of the province of Cuneo. It takes its name from the family of the same name - or that of the Roero - that since the medieval period and for several centuries ruled over this territory.

Le Langhe

Langhe are a historical region of the Piedmont region, situated between the provinces of Cuneo and Asti, neighbor with other historical regions of Piedmont, which is the Monferrato and Roero and consists of an extensive hilly system defined by the rivers Tanaro and Belbo, Bormida of Millesimo and Bormida Spigno.