The Bula winery in Piedmont, Italy, is named after the family that founded it in 1958. Three generations later, the grandchildren of Francesco and Rita still carry on with passion and pride the family business, successfully ushering it into the future with an attentive eye for environmental issues, local traditions and sustainable economy.
Located in the lower Langhe, an area long prized for its natural beauty, its wines and several other gastronomical delights, the farm spreads over over 9 hectares: 7 of vineyards, and the remaining 2 dedicated to growing the prized hazels for which this area is also famous.
The vineyards benefit from long sun exposures and favourable microclimates. Bula produces typical wines of the area: Nebbiolo, Dolcetto, Barbera, a table white made with 60% Chardonnay and 40% Viognier grapes and a sparkling classic method rose brut made with Nebbiolo grapes harvested early to catch the desired acidity.