In 1995, Loredana Addari and Nicola Argamante decided to change their lives, leaving jobs in the city
to buy a small wine estate in the province of
Cuneo, in the heart of the Langhe hills: Monforte d'Alba.
It is a family-run winery: the property is run and taken care of by
the two and Loredana’s brother Lorenzo. The estate gets its name “Corsini” from the small hamlet of Monforte d’Alba, and the name “Ruggeri” is Nicola’s mother’s surname, who helped them to achieve their dream, financing the launch of the estate.
In the beginning, production only included the classical Langa wines
such as Dolcetto d’Alba, Barbera d’Alba and Barolo, which, over the
course of the years, have been flanked by other Langhe wines, new reds, a
rosé and a white wine. In 1996, we produced 6000 bottles, mainly sold
abroad. Exportation to the USA began in 1997, later spreading to various