History of Caudrina winery begins in the distant Forties of the '900 in Piedmont, in the municipality of Castiglione Tinella,province of Cuneo, between Langhe and Monferrato Asti, an area that has always been considered one of the best for the production of moscato grapes. At the end of the Seventies, Romano Dogliotti beganto produce his Moscato wine, bottling it and selling it to private individuals. This is how the Moscato d'Asti La Caudrina was born, a wine with many peculiarities: sweet but also pleasantly acidulous, with a delicately floral scent. On the wave of this success, Romano, from another cru, began the production of his second wine, Moscato d'Asti La Galeisa which with the harvest of 1989 became a new source of pride. A wine with a persistent, intense aroma and a full-bodied flavor. In 1993 La Selvatica, a moderately sweet sparkling Asti with a persistent perlage, with a complex, aromatic and unmistakable scent, was added alongside the label given by the legendary Grappa's producer Romano Levi. Romano Dogliotti, now the only one owner of the winery, is a straightforward man, by the tenacious iron will, great worker of his land, watchfulgiardian of his vineyards and accurate supervisor of the entire production iter of his wines.
A stubborn man, like most of the Langhe's winemakers, Romano remains bounded to tradition but with a decisive openness to new technologies (of which he wanted to equip his new winery) and to the ever-changing needs of the market and an increasingly attentive and documented clientele.
Its wines are the expression of a long experience but also of a notable vivacity and evolutionary ability.