Bussia di Monforte d'Alba is not only a small village, but a place immersed in the splendid panorama of the Langhe, one of the subzones that first distinguished themselves in generating wines of complex and constant organoleptic originality, a peculiarity recognized by passionate admirers from all over the world.
It is in these hills that the Silvano Bolmida Farm rises, where the cultivation of the 5 hectares of vineyards is carried out exclusively by Silvano Bolmida and his parents, with particular regard to the low quantities of grapes for each individual plant. Frequent tillage of the soil ensures not only a matural weeding, but also a good oxygenation and organic turnover in the deepest layers. The harvest, which is naturally carried out by hand, carefully follows the evolution of the analytical and polyphenolic values of each single portion of the vineyard in order to produce wines where the extractive richness mixed with elegance is a concept already present in each individual bunch.
Long fermentation on the skins ensures that the wines are organoleptically complete; the immediate placing in barriques and tonneaux (only a small part of which is new) in the presence of lees helps to polymerise and stabilise the polyphenolic constituents; bottling in the absence of filtration guarantees total respect for the wine's personality. A long aging in the bottle (14 months and more for Barolo), ensures that the wines arrive on the market already drunk and it will be the consumer's choice to appreciate the harmonious youth or wait for the complexity in the evolution, always having in front of a wine that represents the identity of a grape variety, an area, a producer and his family.