Rizzi-Fratín is the estate’s most extensive vineyard, and it is located right opposite the winery itself, below the road leading from Alba to Treiso.

It is part of the “Rizzi” cru, but its history is linked to a nearby farm once owned by a brotherhood of friars (hence its name meaning ‘little brother’) which is understood to have been a Napoleonic property.
The entire vineyard is given over to the growing of Nebbiolo, with the selection of its grapes producing Barbaresco DOCG “Fratín” each year. It faces due south at an altitude of 200 metres on marly soil of medium consistency, making it ideal for the production of a rich, elegant, well-structured wine.