Livia Soria in the UNESCO World Heritage Site
The Livio Soria winery is in the hilly regions of San Marzano Oliveto and Calosso in Piedmont’s Asti province and has a rich family background in winemaking. Silvio Soria cultivated vines and made wines in the 1900s in Rodotiglia, located between the UNESCO World Heritage site of Monferrato and Langhe. The stunning location features green hills planted with vines and is known to the world for making exquisite Moscato d’Asti and Barbera d’Asti vines. Livio Soria runs the winery now and proudly respects the company’s rich history.
Genuine, terroir-driven wines
Livio personally looks after the vineyards and all the work done in the vineyards and the cellar. He constantly strives to find ways of improvement and improve the overall quality of the wines. Since 2012, his son Alberto has also joined the company and works hard with his father to make the best wines in the region. The clayey soil here works perfectly with the unique microclimate and is ideal for growing fruity, high-quality grapes. The vineyards are cultivated with respect for the environment, and the wines reflect the quality of the terroir and the grapes.
The winery makes unique Barbera d’Asti wines
Barbera, Dolcetto, Chardonnay, Viognier, and Moscato are the main grapes grown here, focusing on Barbera, the main grape of the area. Rodotiglia is one of their standout wines, while Barbera d’Asti Superiore DOCG has unmatchable taste and structure. The unique wines have a strong personality and character, and wine lovers are welcome here to spend some nice time and taste wines.