We have been cultivating vineyards on the Roero hills since 1670, and we work to fully interpret the potential of this corner of Piedmont, dedicating our wines to prestigious native grape varieties, enhancing the identity of each one.
The passion that fuels our work and the relationship of love and respect that link us so closely to the area are rooted deeply in the past. Ours is a historical family, proud of its roots and of the fact that it has custody of a precious heritage of knowledge and traditions. An excerpt of a land register, found in the archives of the municipality of Monteu Roero, offers evidence of the over three centuries of history that bind us to these lands. It says that, in 1670, “Giovanni Dominico Negro, son of Audino” was owner, in the same area which now houses the Perdaudin estate with its prestigious vineyards, of a house with an oven, a yard, cellar and vines.