San Biagio

San Biagio Azienda Agricola has a long history. For five generations, the Roggero family has been producing typical wines.

The first own-brand labels can be traced back to 1923, a time when there were very few independent wineries, growing vineyards in special sites already quoted on Ancient Land Registry.

The family business gradually grew to the current 22 hectares, thanks to a tireless work and produces wines that embody the essence of traditions and aromas of this unique territory, with a sustainable and respectful approach to its historical vineyards.

The winemaking and ageing process aim at preserving and enhancing the peculiarities that each vintage, together with its terroir, can bring to the glass. Our wines consist mainly in single productions of different Appellations, as a sign of gratitude and respect for these noble terroirs.


Barolo docg Bricco San Biagio Riserva,
Barolo docg Bricco San Biagio,
Barolo docg Capalot,
Barolo docg Galina,
Barolo docg Rocchettevino
Barolo docg del Comune di La Morra (from vineyards in the Municipality of La Morra)
Barolo docg Sorano (Serralunga d’Alba)
Barolo docg San Rocco (Serralunga d’Alba).

Barbaresco docg Montersino

Ad Majora Barbera d’Alba doc Superiore
Barbera d’Alba doc Superiore

Dolcetto d’Alba doc

Ad Majora Langhe doc Nebbiolo
Langhe doc Nebbiolo

Verduno Pelaverga doc

Langhe doc Cabernet Sauvignon

Ad Majora Rosé wine

Ad Majora Langhe doc Chardonnay

Alta Langa docg Riserva – Zero-dosage – from 100% Pinot Noir grapes

Alta Langa Rosé docg Riserva – Zero-dosage – from 100% Pinot Noir grapes