The history of the Vietti family as a wine company goes back to the 19th century. In recent years, no one in Piemonte has raised the bar higher than Vietti. All their wines are of exceptionally high quality. Winemaker Luca Currado built on the success of his parents Alfredo and Lucia. The quality is phenomenal and consistent across the entire range. Vietti is the only producer to own vineyards in the eleven villages that are allowed to produce Barolo. They were the first to replant the forgotten local white grape Arneis.
On the 35-hectare domain, everything is done to break through to the absolute top in the 21st century. The Vietti wines come from grapes from the Castiglione Falletto vineyards, the heart of the Barolo zone. The qualities of sandy calcareous soil in this area give a unique complexity and beautiful tannins to the elegant wines. The average age of the vines is between 30 and 70 years.