Since 150 years we are located between Barolo and Monforte d'Alba, on the famous Bussia hill, surrounded by vineyards which curved this Unesco’s World Heritage landscape: the Langhe.
The winery was in fact founded in 1874 by Luigi Arnulfo, considered the pioneer of Barolo wine for his innovative ideas in the enological world and international wine market. His story is told in the Museum dedicated to him, the heart of the tour that we have created to show the estate and its 11 hectares of vineyards, the winery and the different stages of vinification and wine production.
The tasting of our wines, rigorously produced only with grapes of property, is the moment when we relive every day work and dedication, with great respect for the terroir from which everything begins.
And for those who want to discover the Langhe life-style, our Agriturismo, built in what was the Luigi Arnulfo’s apartment, it could welcome you and promise you an unforgettable stay.
June 12th, Costa di Bussia is the protagonist, along with more than other 100 producers, at the official presentation of the new vintage of Barolo: the 2012! Special guest: JOE BASTIANICH!Read more...