The Azienda Agricola Mauro Bussi has been a labor of love for many generations
of vine-growers. This estate is located in the township of Treiso, a zone
known for Barbaresco. Vineyards on these slopes enjoy a western exposure
and a fundamentally calcareous and marley soil, which gives these wines
a relative softness, fruitiness, and exquisite perfumed aromas. The traditional
piemontese vines are grown in these vineyards: Dolcetto, Nebbiolo, Barbera
(red grapes), Moscato and la Favorita (white grapes). From these grapes
the Bussi family produces 5 wines: Dolcetto d’Alba, Barbaresco D.o.c.g.,
Langhe Dolcetto, Barbera d’Alba and Langhe Favorita. While the Moscato
grapes are sold to a very large "Spumanti" house, which produces "Asti".
This Barbaresco is the product of 50-year old vines. Its annual production
is 50 cases of wine.