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Loc. Bussia, 81 - 12065 Monforte d'Alba (CN)
Driven by a strong commitment to producing the Nebbiolo grape for Barolo wines, the Farm Bussìa Soprana (estate) was established in 1992, on the inspiration of Silvano Casiraghi. In 1995, when he was joined by Guido Rossi, another farm in the site of Mosconi was incorporated, and in 1999 the Gabutti della Bussia vineyards followed. At present, the farm covers 22 hectares in locations that are historically known for producing the Nebbiolo grape for Barolo wines: Colonnello, Bricot, Gabutti, Romirasco, Mosconi and Bussìa vineyards.
Loc. Manzoni, 26 - Monforte d'Alba (CN)
A name that is lost in time, by late 1800, of which no one knows the origins. At the head of this winery in Monforte is Diego, who with the help of his sons handles 7 hectares of vineyards with typical Piedmontese varieties: Nebbiolo, Dolcetto d'Alba and Chardonnay. It produces a very limited number of pieces, including Barolo, Nebbiolo Langhe Chardonnay and Dolcetto d'Alba. Just under 4,000 bottles for each type, which makes its production a unique opportunity.
Cantina Fratelli Moscone
Loc. S. Anna, 9 - 12065 Monforte d'Alba (CN)
The wine-making tradition of Fratelli Moscone traces back to 1877. They own 18 hectares of vineyards in the most outstanding areas of Monforte d’Alba, five of which in the renowned Bussia cru. The peculiar exposure of the vineyards, typical of Monforte d’Alba, reaches the higher expression in the crus of property. Wine-making and fining are performed in two characteristic Langa farms, where tradition and innovation are firmly bounded.
Via Carrà, 96 Loc. S. Sebastiano - 12065 Monforte d'Alba
The history of Cascina Carra began in 1986 with the family estate of 6 hectares and subsequently conducted by Italo and Marisa, expanded with the purchase and installation of a further 7 hectares of vineyards. Not lead biodynamic viticulture but have learned some features that, applied in the vineyards respecting the land, spare parts on time sdebitandosi with the quality, transforming wines combining tradition and innovation.
Loc. Castelletto, 51 - 12065 Monforte d'Alba (CN)
The name of the Company, which correspond to the toponym of the location, it’s said to come from an avent which dates back to the XIX century, when some paesants bought these lands.The farm was, for many decades, splitted up in many different cultivations, Most of the agricultural production was used to feed the family and the surplus was sold to the town market. The wine experience at Cascina Gramolere can be a full immersion in the work of the winemaker.
Loc. Bussia S. Pietro, 27-12065 Monforte d'Alba (CN)
Cascina Sot was founded in 1975 in Monforte by Joseph and Mary who, after working many years as sharecroppers, they decided to buy the property. Today they and their son decided to dedicate exclusively to the cultivation of the vine creating a small world of the Langhe producing a small quantitiesof wines: Barolo DOCG, DOC Langhe Nebbiolo, Barbera d 'Alba DOC, Rosé "sunset", Langhe Doc Chardonnay.
Castello di Perno
Loc. Castelletto, 33 - 12065 Monforte d'Alba (CN)
Tel.: +39 0173 328178
The wine project of Castello di Perno can be defined as neoclassical, since, while respecting tradition, understood as a heritage of techniques and specific knowledge of a historical terroir, it interprets it through a sensitivity that wants to renew itself over time, with the awareness that wines they are living things and therefore they are born, grow old and improve like the men who look for them as good company.
Loc. Manzoni, 69 - 12065 Monforte d'Alba (CN)
The farm Aldo Clerico was born in 2004, when Aldo decides to apply the expertise gained from the most prestigious wineries in Monforte d'Alba. The 6 hectares of vineyards owned by the Company, has always cultivated with passion and skill, they are now cultivated by Aldo who represents the third generation with renewed passion and deep respect of the territory. Located mostly in the town of Monforte d'Alba, in the middle of the Barolo region and in Monchiero, production area of the Dogliani.