Poderi Cellario is located in Carrù in the province of Cuneo. Today the company is led by Fausto and Cinzia Cellario who have reached the third generation of winemakers. The company was created by Giampietro, father of Fausto and Cinzia, who began to work only with native vines, because he believed in a wine that expressed the grapes from which it derives. and strongly defended the local winemaking traditions both in the work of the vineyards and in the practices in cellars. Today the company covers 30 hectares, and vineyards that are all hilly, are located about 400m above sea level and are scattered between the municipalities of Dogliani, Farigliano and Carrù. The work in the vineyard is done in a biological way and during the harvest, the grapes are harvested entirely by hand in small boxes and pressed in the day. The wines derive from spontaneous fermentations with indigenous yeasts, are low in sulphites (or absent), are not clarified. Steel tanks are used only for winemaking. The refinement takes place, depending on the vines, in large oak barrels (unroasted), in cement or in amphora.