The Roero hill region is found on the so-called ‘left side’ of the Tanaro river, between the Langhe and Monferrato hill areas, right in the heart of Piedmont’s wine-producing region.
The Roero is traditionally agricultural, with produce including amongst others hazel nuts, honey, truffles and wine.
A splendid manor house dominates the little village of Monteu Roero, where the houses are immersed in verdant countryside. The manor has been preserved in its original splendour by Professor Pacner. The village possesses two lovely little churches: the Parish church and the chapel of San Bernardino.