Wine Barolo "Bussia" obtained from grapes Nebiolo grown in different parts of the region's prestigious Busse: "Rocche" (the southern and south-eastern exposure), "Munie" (southern and south-western exposure) and "Fiurin" (western exposure) . Age of vines ranging from 10 to 60 years. Carefully hand-picked grapes are sorted and stacked in small baskets. After the soft pressing of grapes sent to a long maceration. Alcoholic fermentation takes place spontaneously, based on natural yeast and then the wine is aged in small oak barrels for 24 months in contact with the lees. Bottled wine cellars is sent to a constant temperature of 15 ° C for at least 6 months.
Vintage 2009 was awarded the Gold Star of the competition "Vinibuoni d'Italia" in 2014.
History Parusso, believe themselves members of the family, it began with the acquisition of their ancestors Gaspare Parusso in 1901 first vineyard Mariondino. A few years later the family bought a farm Rovelli, where he began to grow grapes. For many years he bought more large manufacturers for the production of their own wines, and in 1971 Armando Parusso began producing wine under its own brand. In 1986, the year of graduation, his son, Mark, was acquired Minie vineyard in the village of Bussia. From that moment it began active work on introduction of a variety of methods that combine innovation and a long tradition. Vineyards farm covers an area of 22 hectares and is located on a unique generous land in the area of the Langhe Barolo, which is different diverse composition of soils: chalk, clay, sand, gravel. When growing grapes used natural methods of processing, allowing to create the longest growing season to get the grape harvest of high quality with well-balanced taste. Produced by Parusso wines have elegance and distinct personality that reflects the experience of generations.