Tommaso Bussola winery's estate boasts three vineyards, located within Negrar and the locality of San Peretto. "Alto" was planted in 1970 on basaltic terrain, and is pergola-trained; "Casalin", planted in 1980, is rooted in a basalt and clay mix, pergola-trained; "Cà del Laito" is broken up into "Coare Longhe" (Guyot-trained and clayey soil), "Tenda" (overhead trellise, clayey soil) and "Le Coste" (clayey soil, pergola-trained).
The red wines created by this winemaker are Valpolicella Classico Doc 2014, Cà del Laito Valpolicella Superiore Ripasso 2012, Valpolicella Superiore Doc Tb 2011, L'Errante 2009, Amarone Classico Doc (2003, 2005) and Docg (2008), Recioto Classico Doc 2011 and Doc Tb (2003, 2004, 2006), Peagnà. The early wines bore the initials Bg, after uncle Bussola Giuseppe.
Tommaso Bussola set up his winemaking business working in close contact with his uncle, in 1977. Passion, stubbornness and enthusiasm are the distinctive features of his character, which are reflected by his products. Especially since 1983, the year when he started to personally select the grapes, and ten years later, when the first barriques appeared in the cellar.
Today's winemaking process has achieved the confidence to endow the bottles in the cellar with the Tb initials. With the help of his wife Daniela, who joined the company in 1995, Tommaso has transformed his wine cellar into the perfect place for barrels, barriques, and visitors. All united in the name of quality wine.