Clinging to one of the Langhe's highest hills, its most recent expansion spreading down towards the foothills, sits one of the most beautiful villages in all of Italy: Neive. Already an Ancient Roman center around 100 B.C., the historical heart of the city dates back to 1000 A.D. Medieval aspects of the hamlet can still be seen today in the red roofs that hang one over top another, overlooking the surrounding countryside. Row after row of vineyards line the rolling hills towards Asti Langa to the northeast and Alba on the opposite side. The Tanaro River stretches out to the west, and the east opens to the city of Mango and Alta Langa territory beyond.