Color: Light yellow presenting a green reflection with fine and resistant bubbles. Aroma: Complex and pleasant range of fruit and aging bouquets (yeast maturation). Taste: Balanced acidity, fine body, leaving a pleasant taste in the mouth.
The story of the Miolo family in Brazil begins in 1897 with Giuseppe Miolo arriving from Italy. Upon arrival, the immigrant went to Bento Goncalves and exchanged his savings for a piece of land in the Vale dos Vinhedos (Valley of the Vineyards), specifically called Lot 43. That same year he began planting grapes, beginning the tradition of the family's vineyard in Brazil. In the 70's, the Miolo family pioneered the planting of fine grapes, causing Giuseppe Miolo's grandchildren, Darcy, Anthony, and Paul to stay in the region, known for the quality of its grapes. In 1989, the family begins to produce its own wine for sale in bulk, which was the beginning of Miolo Winery. Some years later, in 1994, the company evolved into another phase bottling the wine under the family brand. Today, Miolo Wine Group has nine business units, which includes Miolo Winery.