Barbera 2.02 hectares of vines from 2000, 2019 and 2021.
Nebbiolo 0.44 hectares of vines from 2000.
Cabernet Sauvignon 0.44 hectares of vines from 2000.
Winemaker / Vignaiolo: Susanna Galandrino
"La Mandragola" means "The Wild Girl" (in a very positive sense) and was part of the cult clique around producers such as Michele Chiarlo, La Barbatella, Domenico Clerico (barolo) and others in what was considered the "new wine" ”In Piedmont in the 1980s - 2000s. That is, innovative producers who dared to break with traditions and created their own identity and wine style. This was well received in the world press and the wines achieved (achieve) high prices and recognition.