Dogliani is the capital of south-west Langhe and gives its name to the Dolcetto’s doc.

The town is divided in two parts.

The most recent one is built along the Rea river, and here is the nineteenth-century parish church, dedicated to the saint Paolo and Quirino. The highest part is built around the castle ruins, with the tower built by Schellino. The baroque parish church of saint Lawrence and the eighteenth-century fraternity of the Battuti are surely worth a visit.