Arriving in Neive from Barbaresco, you take a splendid panoramic road, along which it is necessary to stop and admire the landscape.
Neive, whose splendid medieval village is included in the club of the most beautiful villages in Italy, has not been affected or altered by modern day urbanization, it almost seems to have traveled through time. It is located in an excellent position, perched in the hills and completely surrounded by vineyards. Made up of cobbled streets that climb towards the Clock Tower and elegant terracotta buildings.
The town is divided into two centres: the older one, of medieval origin, is located on a hillock 308 meters above sea level, while the more modern agglomeration known as Borgonuovo.
Neive is also famous for the historic distillery of Romano Levi, who became famous for his hand-drawn labels and for his laboratory, an artisanal distillation plant that produces robust, rough and angular grappas, with a strong traditional stamp.