The hills of the Belbo Valley are draped by Muscat vineyards. Here wine is the driving force of the economy, as well as culture, history and tradition. Moscato d’Asti is the link between this corner of Langa and the world, it has been able to break an atavistic isolation and bring here people who once would have been seen as “foreigners” and today are guests, customers and friends. The beauty of these hills has enchanted the world and obtained recognition as a World Heritage Site in 2014 with the election of the Langhe and Roero Wine Landscapes as a UNESCO site. Villa Lanata, with its vineyards and its historic cellar, located in the UNESCO buffer zone, is an integral part of this system, opens up to small daily hospitality by offering its wines and promotes larger events in synergy with a territorial system made up of Regional Enoteca , Consortia, Wine Roads, public and private bodies.