The Vio family carries on a wine production based on organic cultivation received in 1989 with a view to preserving all the characteristics of the territory.
Growing organic according to their philosophy is not a technical or economic choice but simply a cultural one. Today passion and competence are the cornerstones of their work that they also transmit within their wines by binding a significant space within the reality of Albenga
The Bio Vio Pigato Gran Père 2017 is made from 100% Pigato obtained from marble-ferruginous soils with a row farming system. The Grand-pere denomination derives from the vinification made on white wines with the skins without adding selected yeasts.
Golden yellow color, floral and fruity aroma in which apricot and broom emerge. Wine with great drinkability, dry and enveloping with excellent persistence.
Meditation wine or to be appreciated with cheeses.
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Riflessi giallo dorati ramati.
Spazia, dai fiori alla frutta maturi, su tutti ginestra ed albicocca, poi erbe aromatiche.
Secco,avvolgente, morbido di buona struttura, decisa la spalla acida che unitamente alla percezione sapida lo rende un vino di grande bevibilità, nonostante la sua alcolicità e di ottima persistenza.
Vino da meditazione e indicato con i formaggi.
A filare, potatura a cordone speronato.
0,75 L Standard
Tardiva fine Ottobre.
DOC Riviera Ligure di Ponente
Bastia d'Albenga (SV)
10 mesi in tonneaux.
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Name: Bio Vio Start-up year: 1980 Cultivated hectares: 9 Winemaker name: Caterina Vio, Daniela Serra Address: Via Crociata, 24 - Bastia d'Albenga (SV) Web Site: www.biovio.it
It is located in Bastia on the Albenga plain where we grow herbs, but it runs along the valley of the river Arroscia up to Ranzo on the high slopes of Imperia, where you will find our vineyards and olive groves.
The use of pesticides, fertilizers and suchlike chemical products is not part of our local tradition so we have just carried on as they did in the past.
Organic farming is not a technical or economical choice: it is simply a question of culture. It is the perception of what we are doing, and mainly publicised by word-of-mouth, that has allowed us to occupy a significant place in high-quality production within our area and beyond.