Luigi Bosca Centre for Culture and Art
The Luigi Bosca Centre for Culture and Art has the culture of wine in its genetic make-up. In exploring the many aspects of wine, it is insatiable in its pursuit of all expressions of knowledge: painting and sculpture, but also literature, philosophy, politics and theatre, right down to collecting. And it does so in an understated way, as is our tradition in the lands of Piedmont.
This is the driving force which makes our Cellars become silent witnesses of the meeting between each expression of culture and art. Thanks to this approach, the cellar has hosted concerts by Paolo Conte, Carlo De Bortoli, Susanna Ghione, Jörg Demus and the National Symphonic Orchestra of the RAI.
Severino Gazzeloni, Katia Ricciarelli, Renato Dulbecco, Amos Oz and Gustavo Zagrebelsky have also been present there.
In addition to this there is the publishing business dealing with the publication of some small volumes focused mainly on the study of local knowledge. Published works include the following:
“Come i pampini” (“Like vine-leaves”) by Ilio Marocchino, printed in 1993.
“Su queste colline” (“On these hills”) by Luciano Usseglio Tomasset, printed in 1996.
“La quadreria in cantina” (“The art-gallery in the cellar”) edited by Arabella Bosca, printed in 1997.
“Di Bosca in Bosca” (“From Bosca to Bosca”) by Dan Vittorio Segre and Maurizio Viroli, printed in 2000.
“Pensieri improvvisi” (“Unexpected thoughts”) by Luigi Agangi, printed in 2003.