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Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG, made with Glera grapes, is a rustic and vigorous white grape variety with hazel shoots and rather large and long bunches featured by golden yellow berries. The Charmat method (sparkling winemaking method) enables to get the "Brut, Extra Dry and Dry" versions from this variety, which stands out for its straw-yellow colour, its mild thickness and its fruity and flowery scent. Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco DOCG wine is produced exclusively in the area of Treviso, in a limited spot.
Merlot is a black grape variety, whose name comes from the particular fondness that blackbirds (or "merlo" in Italian) have for its berries. Its colour is ruby red or garnet when it is aged. Its typical and pleasant scent reminds of blueberries or raspberries, however it is less varied and pleasant if it is aged. Its flavour is mildly dry or semi-dry, tangy, robust and rightly tannic.
Cabernet wine is produced with grapes coming from Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon or Carmenere varieties, separately or jointly. It is featured by a red ruby colour, which becomes almost orange, brick or garnet after its ageing as well as by a deep vinous, grassy and pleasant scent. Its flavour is dry, round, rightly sour and tannic.
This wine is produced from the homonymous grape and it can be enriched with different grapes. It is firmly structured and elegant at the same time. It is featured by a pleasant deep straw-yellow colour with coppery nuances given by its fermentation with skins. Its scent is flowery and fruity with deep apple and elder hints. Its fresh and velvety pineapple and orange peel nuances are wellperceived when tasted.
This is one of the greatest white grape varieties in the world and it represents the main element of the grape mix used for the most famous sparkling wines. Chardonnay golden bunches, coming from Bourgogne, settled down very well in Veneto region and are featured by a vast variety of aromatic components, a straw-yellow colour and a deep and fruity scent. It is pleasant to taste and featured by a dry and tangy flavour.
Produced in the areas featured by denomination of origin of Piave Wines, this wine originates from Treviso Verduzzo and Friuli Verduzzo grapes, separately or jointly. Verduzzo is featured by a typical light yellow colour, tending to greenish or straw-yellow. It is alcohol-structured, robust-bodied and it boasts a fruity and slightly tannic scent: these elements blend together in a perfect way.
The origins of this variety date back to time immemorial. Reported in Mozart's "Don Giovanni", this wine is featured by a mildly fruity intense scent which reminds of forest fruits and violets and its flavour is well-orchestrated and slightly bitterish. This fizzy and lively wine possesses a red ruby colour. Grapes coming from Treviso hills give it special and emery-fine contours.
A straw-yellow and pale colour marks Verdisio, a wine with greenish nuances. Its mild, spicy and slightly fruity scent is featured by a typical forest hint. Its flavour is dry, perky and acerbic with a remembrance of green apples, medium-bodied and a slightly bitterish aftertaste. Nowadays Verdisio wine is available in still, fizzy, sparkling and partially-dried versions.
Raboso is an autochthonous grape of Veneto, it is mainly grown in the eastern area and specifically in the surrounding area of Treviso. This variety is very rustic and it grows in a gravely soil. Raboso wine is featured by a deep ruby red colour with a light garnet nuance and by a scent which reminds of forest fruits, blackberries and plum jam with hints of liquorice, pepper and tobacco. Its flavour is stiff, definitely firm, full-bodied and featured by a strong tanginess. After a long ageing it becomes cushiony. Its great versatility enables its off-the-skins vinification, thus enabling the production of a sparkling wine with a strong nature, a pleasant acidity, typical scents and a peculiar blend and structure.
Its name originates from Mr Luigi Manzoni who had the idea to cross two grapes such as Riesling Renano and Pinot Blanc at the wine school of Conegliano. This sparkling wine is featured by a strawyellow colour and a fruity and flowery scent. Its taste is aromatic and elegant with a pleasant hint of white peach and almond.
Vino Novello is usually referred to as "new" wine, but that is wrong. Indeed it originates from a special production, which is very different from the usual vinification, the so-called carbonic maceration, a "new" vinification. This method enables the fermentation at lower temperatures and it preserves the primary scents of the grapes used, therefore, Vino Novello firmly maintains the scent features of the variety used.
It is produced in a very limited area of the municipality of Refrontolo and its surrounding area, that is why it is named as such. It is suitable for desserts and socializing moments and it is featured by a bright ruby red colour with purple nuances, it is sweetish, tangy, fizzy, rich of scents with hints of blackberry and wild cherries. Refrontolo Passito is a wine with a controlled designation of origin whose production is allowed only in the surrounding area of Treviso and it originates from the grapes of the autochthonous Marzemino vineyard.