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When Luigi Arnulfo purchased this estate, it included already the famous fields of “Campo di Buoi” and “Campo del Gatto”. Today they are precious cru, the heart of the Costa di Bussia consisting of 15 hectares of vineyards that offer particular and complex wines.
The soil is mostly marly from the Tortonian age. The starting point to produce wines of great structure intended for a very long life. Like the Barolo which left these vineyards on its way across the Atlantic to America as far back as the late 1800’s. The label bore the name of the wine, and quite clearly where it came from: the farm of ‘Sir’ Luigi Arnulfo, pharmacist and producer of Barolo at Costa di Bussia, in Monforte.
In 1874, Luigi Arnulfo bought the Bertoroni farmhouse, in the Costa di Bussia region, in Monforte d’Alba district.
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