A passion for wine is inseparable from the ethos of the Mossio family. It is this that fixes them to the land. To be stewards of the vineyards and be part of the Langhe community is an honor and a blessing. The family business was started by Francesco, the grandfather, and Francesca, the grandmother, and then their sons, Luigi and Ennio Mossio. Each brother married a women named Margherita, and their children and grandchildren carry on the tradition. The main family members overseeing operations today are brothers Valerio and Remo, aided by their nephew Michele. They own and manage vineyards growing Dolcetto, Barbera and Nebbiolo. And it is from these native grapes they make their exceptional wines.
The Mossio’s are also champions of the food and wine heritage of the Langhe. The personality and unique character of this territory is world famous and justifiably is recognized as a UNESCO world heritage site. Their focus is to make quality wines that go with the unique cuisine of the region: white truffles from Alba; appetizers based on artichokes and asparagus; tajarin; agnolotti del plin; la carne di Fassone; the regional cheeses; and desserts featuring the Tonda Gentile delle Langhe (Langhe hazelnut cultivar).