Cohordinates: N 42°67'43 " E 11° 63'85" Altitude: 350 m, hilly with marine influence Soil: Volcanic Vineyard: 8 ha Olive: 2 ha Vineyard Exposition: east-west Winery: 600 sqm, Barriquerie-Wine Tasting-Wine shop-Eventing Spot-Relax. La Biagiola Archeological site to visit.
La Biagiola rises on volcanic soil, a compound of lapillus, ash and basalt. This kind of soil boosts both fertility and microbiological activity so up that make vines very healthy and therefore less in need of external substance. Minerality gives a salty flavour of absolute value for the white wines, and it enriches the complexity of red ones, in this way wines show a high peculiarity. This terroir highlights distinctive notes that are not absolutely reproducible elsewhere. To grow our grape varieties, Sangiovese, Alicante and Vermentino La Biagiola works mainly manually and uses organic fertilization. Microbiological activity, across manual agronomic works, including harvest, allows to get very healthy grapes and not perform corrective additions in the cellar, avoiding the use of relevant quantity of sulphites. Furthermore, the natural acidity of the soil allows considerable potential for longevity of both white and red wines.