b.io – QUALITY CONTROL WITHOUT COMPROMISES
Did you know, b.io means love itself, ‘b’ as Buono(good), good wine as you can’t expect it from an organic wine, ‘b’ as Bene (love), love itself, ‘lo’ I decide, make the choice on what is good for me and the environment.
Terro Cevico became promoter of a project, which started linking the organic aptitude of associated vine growers to the demand and involving important Italian viticulture cooperatives in it. The wines of the b.io project comes not only from their associated vine growers in Emilia Romagna but also from the most vocated area in Italy for the organic grape cultivation, as Sicily and Apulian, The goal is to extend the project in other Italian areas to develop a sustainable viticulture system.
b.io’s project for the future is where men, land and wine coexist in perfect harmony, b.io is the balance of environment, where also small insects that live in the vines have an important role in the ecosystem. Each insect is chosen to represent the usefulness for our ecosystem. Their presence symbolize the life and absence of chemicals.
The project b.io has two important key words: sustainability and certification, linked to goodness and quality. Only from a good job in the vines we can obtain a good organic wine. The use of organic products only, express in the best way the terroir concept in the wines, enhancing the natural grape characteristics
In the region of Asenovgrad the nature has created soil and climatic conditions suitable for the advent and development of viticulture as the occupation of the population. Viticulture is one of the most ancient occupations in the town. This we learn from the investigators of this period, who had summarized the data yet still from the Thracian antiquity. There is no doubt, that Thracians had had a knowledge of the vine and wine and skillfully cultivated them
The multi-generational growers, whose descendants arrived here nearly two centuries ago, are the backbone of Torbreck’s winemaking aspirations. Without their knowledge of the seasons and the soil, we would not have such a precious resource of fruit to work with.
Cooper, originally from Santa Bárbara (California), discovered Spanish wines when he was only 21 years old, on one of the trips he made to Europe with his family. Since then, his personal and professional career has been closely linked to Spain, where he has lived for more than a decade. His first experiences as a professional in the world of wine were as a writer for the Spanish Wines and More blog, from which he advised many amateurs.
The Perano estate is located in the heart of Chianti Classico in Gaiole and enjoys exceptional climate and soil. The vineyards are located 500 meters above sea level, well above the altitude common for red variety grapes, especially Sangiovese with its late maturation phase.
Luminosity and minerality with a touch of feminine elegance. A hidden gem, surrounded by sequoias, firs and chestnut trees which reveals itself to those travelling through the first woods of the Florentine mountains, with vines climbing to an altitude of 700 metres.