In 1976 Domenico Clerico took over the family business with his wife Giuliana and decided to change from conferring grapes to the cooperative to wine producer, purchasing in 1977 a small plot in the heart of “Bussia”, from which he produced the first Barolo Bricotto Bussia. During the years he was able to expand the property with a vineyard in the excellent cru “Ginestra” whose grapes are used to produce Barolo such as Ciabot Mentin and Pajana and in the “Mosconi” area, where the grapes for Barolo Percristina come from.
The winery currently consists of 21 hectares of vineyards for a production of 110,000 bottles per year. Apart from the four crus of Barolo (Ciabot Mentin, Pajana, Percristina, Bricotto) following wines are produced too:
Visadì Langhe Dolcetto, Barbera d’Alba Trevigne, Langhe Nebbiolo Capisme-e and Langhe Rosso Arte.
Recently a new Barolo with a funny name Aeroplanservaj was added. It is produced with grapes from the vineyards in Serralunga.
Technical sheets of the wines: