I.G.T. – Indicazione Geografica Tipica
A robust and austere native variety, it tells the tale of the “People of the Piave Valley”.
With ancient origins, its cultivation dates back to Roman times and over the centuries it has been the wine of the noble palazzos in Venice, the only one exported by the Serenissima Republic to the Orient and discovered in 1880 in the wine cellars of rich English folk.
A wine with a strong personality that does not fear the passing of time and has a dauntingly strong austere character, with a typical acidulous note that has always made it stand out.
Full deep red.
Heady with pleasant hints of ripe fruit, marasca cherry, blackberry and black cherry.
Crisp and fresh, with a characteristic acidulous note that does not affect its harmony on the palate.
Late Radicchio with sopressa in vinegarDownload the recipe