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The history of the Chionetti family has been linked to the vine from the 19th century. Giuseppe Chionetti bought the farm in a suitable area for vineyards in San Luigi in the town of Dogliani. It is thanks to Quinto, grandson of the founder Giuseppe, that the marketing of the bottles with the name of the family really grew. Andrea then, the son of Quinto, decided to explore the potential of their vineyards and, as a result, they start to produce trhee crus: Sorì Briccolero, San Luigi, Vigna la Costa – conviced, as we are, of the qualititave heights that Dolcetto can reach.
In 2015 a family dream was realised as a decades long search culminated in a purchase of Bussia Pianpolvere vines in Barolo – something the current generation’s father had explored in the ‘80s before tragedy struck with the passing of Nicola’s father. Now producing 3 traditional Barolo, this generation is proud to have moved from selling their Dogliani to producers of Barolo like Pio Cesare to drink, they now rub shoulders with them in territories new.