Piwi wines

What are PIWI wines?

PIWI is an acronym that In Italian literally means "cryptogam resistant vines". The first studies on these varieties were developed in France between the end of the 1800s and the beginning of the 1900s. Research led/has led to the discovery of different types of crossing between American vines (particularly resistant to parasites and phylloxera) and European vines with high organoleptic qualities. The resistant vines thus obtained through simple crossing, allow the elimination of most of the phytosanitary treatments, favoring environmental sustainability and the protection of the territory. Among the vines that best express the terroirs of the Veneto and Trentino areas are: Bronner, Solaris, Souvignoner Gris and Johanniter.


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