Businesses are, first of all, an expression of the soul of the people who live there. And, in the case of Amelio Livio Vini, they are Arianna and Daniela, two sisters, the last generation employed in the company, together with their father Livio and mother Marisa. They are the ones who bring feminine know-how, sensitivity towards the vine, care towards the bottle and the most authentic Piedmontese traditions to the vineyard and cellar.
The company is the expression of a family tradition, with firm roots in peasant culture in the hills of Monferrato. It is in fact at the beginning of the twentieth century when Giuseppe, sharecropper at the time, gave shape to the first farmhouse where, even today, the family’s wine secret is kept.
From Giuseppe to Carlo, from Carlo to Livio up to Arianna and Daniela.
The wines are born naturally in the vineyard, among the hills of the municipality of Grana, one of the seven where Ruchè can be grown and transformed as such.
The Amelio family has seven hectares of property and the great passion of those who know how to interpret the land and tell about wine.
Respect for the past, skills and the desire to get involved have led the company to continuous evolution. First from the production of bulk wines to the bottle, then to the great attention to the DOC and DOCG wines.
Today, the Amelio Livio company focuses its attention on the production of Ruchè di Castagnole Monferrato DOCG, Barbera d’Asti in multiple versions up to Grignolino, as regards the reds. To these are added the rosé wines and Viognier.
Arianna and Daniela, today witnesses of the company, together with their parents, tell and become ambassadors of a culture of traditions through a dedicated tasting room. Here it is possible to savor the past and the future of a family, attentive and respectful of the territory and of those who made it so.