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Carlo Vietti founded the company in the late 1800s and his son Mario, in 1919, started producing the first Vietti wines, selling most of the production in Italy.
His main project was to transform the multi-sector family farm into a winery. In 1957 Alfredo Currado married his daughter, Luciana Vietti, and since 1960, at the death of his father-in-law, he continued the family business, directing production towards high quality and positioning the company among the best of the Langhe, starting since then, exporting its products to important foreign markets such as the German, Swiss and American markets.
The history of the last 40 years has been marked by the choices of Alfredo Currado, oenologist since 1952, and his wife who are committed to strengthening the image not only of the family business but of the Barolo territory. Alfredo was the first to select and vinify grapes from individual vineyards, a concept that at that time was radical but now applied by almost all the companies that produce Barolo and Barbaresco.
Thus in 1961 the first "crus" Vietti, Barolo Rocche and Barbaresco Masseria were born. Nicknamed the "father of the Arneis", in 1967 he was the first to rediscover this almost disappeared variety, vinifying it in purity. Today Arneis is the most famous white wine of the Albese area.