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The Veneto is a huge area, stretching from the Adriatic Sea Island to Lake Garda, from the peaks of the Dolomites in the north to
the flat Po Valley in the south. It has been making wine for centuries and is the Italian wine industry’s commercial center.
|Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Red Pinot, White Pinot, Chardonnay, Pinot Griogio (gris), Prosecco.
Denominazione di Origine Controllata (DOC)
Merlot. The bunches of these grapes are long and pyramid shaped with a very thick blue-black purple skin. This
wine is full bodied. It has a strong colour and a slightly grassy flavour. When young its fragrance reminds
raspberry. Throughout ageing it acquires a dry flavour with a refined bouquet.
Cabernet. The bunches of these grapes are long cylindrical and lobed with small and dark red grapes having a
strong flavor. This grapes must ferment slowly among the skins for 10-12 days at controlled temperatures in order
to maintain the essential features of the wine. This wine has a strong personality and a marked body. It was a
winy, persistent and pleasant bouquet.
Pinot Grigio. The bunches of these grapes are small, cylindrical, compact grey, similar to those of the "Traminer",
but with much smaller grapes. The wine can be white or rosè. However, while today's fashion calls for rosè, when
white, it offers greater elegance and finesse. Fruity when young, it assumes a wide bouquet of dry straw and