A few friends, unshakeable dreamers, came together with the intention of reviving the perennial legend of the unparalleled goodness of Caluso Passito, said to originate in the skilful hands of the farmers of Rottaro. Camillo Olivetti was an exceptional sponsor and came to the town to buy it, especially before his travels abroad.
“Masere” is the local name for the stone walls that mark off the fields, just like the one that supported the terracing in the first area purchased in 2005. The vineyards are in the towns of Settimo Rottaro and Azeglio, and the following grapes are grown: Erbaluce, Barbera, Freisa, Neretto, Nebbiolo and Vespolina. A young business, constantly growing, it makes its own wine in a professional winery located in Piverone. This is proof of the vitality of the area, one that ensures that the tradition of wine production will continue.