Winery Giacomo Vico, Embedded in the Stunning Landscape
Giacomo Vico is located in the most charming and productive regions of the Roero, on the steep hills of Valmaggiore or Patarrone. At present, its vineyards extend over an area of 17 hectares, out of which, 15 hectares are in production. The lush countryside surrounds the Tanaro River that separates Langhe from Roero and gives together with the vineyards a breath-taking view. The territory covered by vineyards offers panoramas of carefully cultivated hillsides.
Wines of Giacomo Vico Were Awarded 100 Years Ago
The history of the cellars of Giacomo Vico date back to the 1800s, the history of the winery is quite impressive. Giacomo Vico, the great grandfather of the current owner, started producing and selling wines under his own name. In 1909, the company received a Gold Medal at the International Food Fair held in Paris. Dario, son of Giacomo, stopped his father’s business and got into full-time automobile field. Then later, in 1992, Dario’s wife Anita and his son Alessandro began to make and sell wines under the name “Giacomo Vico.”
The Giacomo Vico Winery is Located in between UNESCO Heritage
In 2014, UNESCO inserted the vineyard landscapes of Langhe-Roero Monferrato in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The Giacomo Vico Winery produces wines using only the high-quality vines from the local vineyards of the Roero. Giacomo Vico Winery mainly cultivate Arneis, Favorita, Chardonnay along with Nebbiolo. Using these precious vines, the family produces award-winning red, white, rose, and dessert wines.