The presence of marine fossils in the Euganean Hills area reveals their origin: an archipelago of volcanic islands that emerged 130 million years ago. Striking reliefs separated by cool valleys, ideal exposure to the sun and alluvial deposits mixed with fragmented volcanic rocks give grapes their many characteristic qualities.
These special features give red wines their colour and strength that derive from the soils, as well as their intense fragrance and flavour.
Wine Colli Euganei DOC Rosso
Alcohol/Vol. 12,5-13%
Production area Grapes from various vineyards in the DOC area of the Euganean Hills
Soil type Volcanic and sedimentary in origin
Training system Cordon spur, double inverted
Grape variety Merlot – Cabernet Sauvignon – Cabernet Franc – Raboso Veronese
Harvest period Hand-picked from mid-September to mid-October
Product type Still wine
Visual characteristics Ruby red, sometimes with deep red reflections
Intense with hints of red or black berries
Flavour Dry, full-bodied and embracing
Serving temperature
16-18 °C
Serving suggestions
Ideal with pasta dishes, red and white meat
Bottle 0,75 l