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Bosco Agostino

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Video & photos made by Massimo Gavello- Langhe TV


The Bosco Agostino winery, founded by Bosco Pietro, born in 1904, had for years focused mainly on wine growing. 1979 was the year of the turning point: the decision was made to no longer sell the grapes produced with such care, but to devote more space to winemaking on his own, so as to present to the market the wine that had previously been for family use only. This new experience is so successful that Pietro is soon joined by his youngest son Agostino, who begins work in the vineyard and in the cellar with such patience, precision and intuition.


The founder of the farm was Bosco Pietro (1904 - 1983). After his father's death, Agostino continued the work on the farm, showing such self-sacrifice and love for this activity that he also managed to involve his wife Carla. Today, the company continues to be run as a family business, with father Agostino dedicating himself to work in the vineyard and son Andrea meticulously overseeing the evolution of the wines in the cellar, in search of the best.

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The estate's vineyard surface area is currently about 4 hectares divided between Nebbiolo, Barbera and Dolcetto. All the vineyards are owned and fall exclusively within the municipality of La Morra.

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The company produces and markets four wines: two are Barolo, from Neirane and La Serra, Barbera d'Alba, Dolcetto d'Alba and Langhe Nebbiolo.

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