If there is a world-renowned terroir in Barbaresco, it is Rabajà! When his father died in 1978, Bruno Rocca returned to the family estate created in the 1950s. At the time, the estate only covered 5 hectares and still bottled few wines under its label. But things have changed since then and he now works with his son Francesco, an oenologist, and his daughter Luisa, who is in charge of marketing. The estate now boasts 15 hectares of vines, 5 of which are in Rabajà, making it the largest owner of the area. The soil here is a mixture of clay, tuff, marl and limestone. The exposure varies from southwest to south and the altitude from 260 to 315 metres. The vines are on average 40 to 50 years old and are grown organically, but without certification.