The winery Sylla Sebaste is located on the crest of the hill that leads from Novello to La Morra, in the village of Vergne, municipality of Barolo, boasting a beautiful panorama of vineyards that dominates the Langhe hills around Alba. Opposite the farm is the mysterious Castello della Volta, built in the 12th century, while a little further down is the splendid chapel of San Pietro delle Viole, which dates back to the 14th century. Its elegant and slender profile has become a symbol of the firm and its wines.
Sylla Sebaste is a family-run business that makes around 70,000 bottles of classic Piedmont wine every year. The winery is surrounded by its own vineyards, making Nebbiolo dei Cru San Pietro and Bricco delle Viole. Barolo DOCG, with its "Cru", Barbera d'Alba, Dolcetto d'Alba, Nebbiolo d'Alba and Syllabo (Langhe Red) are grown and made on the seven hectares located in the municipality of Barolo. Grapes are also bought from trusted winegrowers to produce Roero Arneis, Gavi from the Municipality of Gavi, Moscato and Barbera d'Asti. The winery was founded in 1985 by Mrs Tersilia Sebaste. The family took over the firm's ownership at the beginning of the new millennium with a complex process of renewal and expansion. The new ageing and processing areas have been built entirely underground, reducing the environmental impact and fully respecting the surrounding landscape.