The Casa Nova farm was founded way back in 1924. Then, our grandfather, Prati Ermenegildo, bought some of the best lands of (omonima frazione), reuniting them in a single fund and, built the house, he settled there with his family. Ermenegildo immediately senses the strong vocation, of these soils, to the cultivation of vines and, as a hard worker, after a laborious work with the spade and with the plow pulled by the oxen, he implanted, with the help of his children, the vineyards of Brola and Plana followed in a second moment from that of the Mulino. From these vineyards, in fact, you harvest a Bonarda and a Barbera that, pigiated, turn into a wine up, cheerful, rich in scents. Even then, some of these grapes were squeezed together, obtaining an equally characteristic, unique product: the Gutturnio. The tradition of winemaker continues with Ernesto planting, together with his children, the vineyards of Surba and Prondavalle, where an excellent Ortrugo and a fragrant Malvasia are collected. In the 1980s, the company took on a typically wine-making production address. The old vineyards are renovated, new vineyards are planted and only the method of organic cultivation is adopted.