Since 1928 four generations have concurred with their work and passion to the growth of my winery.

My great grandfather Bernardo, known as “Cumot”, was a share-cropper who with hard work and effort realized his dream: working on his own.

He bought a farmhouse (named Rolando) with about 5 hectares of land, on a steep hill called “Maiolica” from the particular quality of the soil and so today called Bricco Maiolica. Our farm, which maintains its ancient name Bricco Maiolica, is still on that same hill in Diano d’Alba. Bernardo Accomo’s vineyards were almost all of Dolcetto grapes. He planted Barbera grapes on a contiguous plot of land he managed to buy in 1930 with money his wife Luigia – my great grandmother – that had inherited. Since hare was born the name “Vigna Vigia”.

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Weight 1.4 kg