In the heart of Franciacorta, in Camignone, there is the centuries-old residence with sixteenth-century cellars and adjoining lands, which bears witness to the long winemaking tradition that the Barboglio inherited in 1836. This vocation was developed thanks to the intuitions of Emanuela Barboglio first specialized vineyards and in 1968 with the adoption of the new-born DOC Franciacorta. Since 1976 the name "Barzanò Barboglio Agricultural Company" has been abandoned for the current "Mosnel", a dialect toponym of Celtic origin which means stony, pile of stones, on which the Company stands. At the head of Mosnel there is the fifth generation of winemakers, the sons of Emanuela Barboglio: Giulio Barzanò who follows the technical, productive and commercial side; while Lucia Barzanò deals with marketing, external relations and administration. The family makes use of the collaboration of a highly trained staff and highly experienced agronomists and oenologists who constantly follow the production and its evolution.