Pedemontis

The Deep Breathe of Piemonte

Pedemontis is the scent of Piedmont: Alba White Truffle, fine wines, hazelnuts and local specialties that embody the aroma and essence of the most acclaimed and renowned Region in the international gastronomic scene.

Pedemontis is…

Betlem 2023 Harvest

PEDEMONTIS IS AGRICULTURE OF THE FUTURE

Every day we are renewing the bond between man and land, in order to preserve the excellence of our truffle heritage and protect the natural landscape for present and future generations.

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WE TAKE CARE OF THE FORESTS

Pedemontis tends to more than 43 hectares of forests and vineyards on the hills of Langhe, Roero and Monferrato, located at the foot of the Alps. As well as over 180 hectares of woods and meadows on the ridges of the Apennines, on the border of Piedmont. These are marginal areas often saved from abandonment and patiently brought back to life to promote a project based on sustainable agricolture.

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MIXED CROP FARMING BY NUMBERS

264 hectares cultivated
120 hectares of forests
90 hectares of pastures
30 hectares for truffle cultivation
30 donkeys
13 hectares of vineyards
4 varieties: Barbera, Nebbiolo, Arneis, Favorita
3 hectares of hazelnut groves
8 hectares of grassland for the production of hay
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TREES AND OXYGEN

Pedemontis produces oxygen and breathes the clean air of its forests. An idea of agriculture that leaves no carbon footprint, one that “inspires” and promotes the natural symbiosis between nature, agriculture and human environment.

2,684
tall trees (black and white poplars, English oaks, elms)

7,150
tons of O2 reintroduced
into the atmosphere

104
tons of CO2 deducted every year

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TREES AND OXYGEN<

A closed cycle from the vineyard to the hay (and back)

The herbs growing in the company’s vineyards and grasslands represent the concrete application of our idea of closed-cycle sustainability. Once mowed, they are added to the hay given to our donkeys, which freely graze among the rows during summer and help in regulating the growth of wild grass. Donkeys also help in another way: their waste fertilizes the vineyard and becomes organic compost.

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A closed cycle from the vineyard to the hay (and back)<