After the war, Dogliani gradually returned to being what it has always been: an important agricultural center, a special place for trade. Even today, Dogliani, despite a growth of local crafts, is characterized by a traditional economy based on farming.
People remained faithful to the vineyard seem to have treasured the teachings of Luigi Einaudi, the illustrious economist and statesman, who between 1945 and 1948 reshaping Italy and who later became the first President of the Italian Republic until 1955. Luigi Einaudi wrote in his notes dedicated to business management:
“You live with the fruits of your own labor. If there is an income…, first you have to think about renewing the plantings… and do all the various conservation and improvement works of the land and the rural houses”
Wine growers and winemakers of Dogliani have followed this teaching. Although the structure of their companies is mostly small, their organization is a business organization with investments in vineyards and in the wine cellars to optimize the quality of productions.
For the winemakers of the Lange of Dogliani all these centuries of history of their wine would not be a source of pride if today Dalianis were not present where we talk about quality wine.