The Cantina dei Produttori di Carema is a cooperative that has been active for more than 60 days in this small town on the border with the Valle d’Aosta. It has about 80 member growers who own 13 hectares of land given over to the production of Carema wine. The land is divided into small plots in places that are hard to work but beautiful to look at: terraced vineyards enclosed by characteristic drystone walls visible from the road on the west-facing side of the valley. The cellar also produces Luna Neuva, a Metodo Classico with off-the-skins vinification of nebbiolo grapes which stays on the lees for 36 months. If you happen to be down this way, besides visiting the cellar – open from Monday to Saturday from 9am to 12.30pm and from 2.30pm to 7pm, Sunday from 2pm to 7pm – be sure to walk the path through the vineyards and visit the Multimedia Museum of Carema Wine which was recently opened in the Gran Masun, a fortified house.