MicroBio is a Spanish winery located in the province of Valladolid, which is part of the Castilla y Leon region. The winery was founded in 2010 by Ismael Gozalo, who comes from a family of winemakers with over 300 years of experience in the industry.
MicroBio has quickly gained a reputation for producing unique and high-quality natural wines. The vineyards of MicroBio are located at an altitude of 800 meters above sea level, in the village of Nieva. The vines, including some pre-phylloxera Verdejo (!), are grown on sandy soils, which are rich in calcium carbonate and other minerals.
Award winning Verdejos & more
The winery uses organic and biodynamic farming methods, avoiding the use of chemicals and pesticides. Their wines have gained a following among wine enthusiasts and critics alike, both in Spain and abroad. The winery has received numerous awards and accolades for its wines, which are known for their freshness, minerality, and balanced acidity, as well as their ability to age gracefully over time.