Bricco Maiolica, the Union of Two Family Wineries
Bricco Maiolica is a family business, run for four generations, situated on a steep hill called ‘Maiolica,’ in the Diano D’Alba region, in the heart of Piedmont. The winery is a combination of two estates – Casa Castella and Bricco Maiolica. Casa Castella was previously owned by Claudia, wife of Beppe Accomo, the owner of Bricco Maiolica. After their marriage, the couple later unified the winemaking business of two families in 2013.
Experience the Great Barolos of Bricco Maioloica
Since 1928, the Bricco winery has been dedicatedly producing magnificent wines. The former owner started the business with the cultivating Dolcetto vines, followed by unique Barbera in 1930. Later, Beppe’s father – Angelo, bought Cascina Valdavì, a neighboring land, and extended the family business by cultivating various types of white grapes. The company owns an area of 24 hectares where they grow unique Nebbiolo grape variety using modern and traditional methods with complete respect for nature. Under the status Barolo Del Comune Di Diano D’alba DOC, the family of Bricco Maioloica produces top-quality red, white, and sparkling wines. The aging of these luscious wines is carried out in the modernized cellar, equipped with wooden oak barrels. The wood ensures the effective maturation of wines and provides a unique taste to them.
Enjoy a Pleasant Stay at the Winery
Bricco Maioloica Winery also includes Dimora Casa Castella, a newly built structure for agritourism. It has large rooms designed in a modern style, surrounded by beautiful landscapes. The rooms of the mansion enjoy natural sunlight and view of picturesque vineyards among the hills, ancient castles, and Alpine Arch. The villa also comprises of large double beds, and all the necessary things you need to entirely feel comfortable.
Frequently Asked Questions for Azienda Agricola Bricco Maiolica Wine.
Azienda Agricola Bricco Maiolica is located in Dano D’alba near Piedmont, Italy.
To get to Azienda Agricola Bricco Maiolica from Turin, Take Via Maria Vittoria to Corso Cairoli.
Take Corso Vittorio Emanuele II to Corso Massimo d’Azeglio.
Take A6, SP290 and SP10 to Sigola/SP119 in Baldissero D’alba.
At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Sigola/SP119
Continue to follow SP119.
Continue on Località Centanito/SP29. Take Via Carmagnola/SP10, Strada Regionale 29 and SP429 to Via Scarrone in Diano D’alba.
Continue on Via Scarrone to your destination.
Yes, Azienda Agricola Bricco Maiolica offers a mansion with picturesque views of the vineyards and hills in the surrounding.
Azienda Agricola Bricco Maiolica produces red wine from the grape variety Nebbiolo.
Visits are available in English and Italian at Azienda Agricola Bricco Maiolica.