Vietti wines
Carlo Vietti founded the company in Castiglione Falletto at the end of 1800. His son Mario, in 1919, began to produce the first Vietti wines pursuing the project of transforming the family's multi-sector farm into a winery. In 1957 Alfredo Currado married his daughter, Luciana Vietti and continued the family business, positioning the company among the best in the Langhe, and starting to export to foreign markets. Until today, the history of this company is characterized by the choices of Alfredo and his wife who are committed to strengthening the image not only of the family business but of the Barolo area. The first Vietti "crus", the Barolo Rocche and the Barbaresco Masseria were born in 1961. Nicknamed the “father of Arneis”, in 1967 he was the first to rediscover this almost disappeared variety by making it into a pure wine. Today Arneis is the most famous white wine of the Albese area.