Tenuta Tamburnin, whose origins date back to the late 18th century, is located in Castelnuovo Don Bosco, which has always been a “land of saints and wine”, in Basso Monferrato Astigiano. It is situated in the province of Asti, although only about 20 km from Turin.
The nine hectares of vineyards in one single formation, at an altitude of around 300 metres above sea level, form an impressive amphitheatre surrounding the buildings of Tenuta Tamburnin. They rest on ferrous-clay soils with the presence of red clays.
For its attractive setting, its buildings and the historic winery, Tenuta Tamburnin has been listed as a heritage site of historical and scenic interest.