Barbera grapes - It's a very versatile grape, if vinified alone can be used for the production of new wines, including sparkling, still wine with a medium body and also for full-bodied red wines aged in wood and intended for prolonged aging. Also used in blends with other varieties which brings alcohol, acidity and often color.
Croatina grapes - It's kind of native grape, black grape found mainly Oltrepo' Pavese and in the Piacenza. The wine produced from this grape has a low tannin content, the result is a wine with a lack of body, but with intense aromas of red fruits. Grapes Croatina pure wines are drinkable, which is ready to drink, as the Bonarda DOC version stops and buzzing.
Rara grapes - This grape ripens early October and is widely present Oltrepo bunting; the color is bright ruby without the typical violet notes Vespolina, perfume and very complex and are perceived floral notes of rose, fruity notes of raspberry and cherry. In the mouth, and fresh, slightly tannic with a pleasant fruity aftertaste.
Chardonnay grapes - By these grapes you can get still wines, sparkling or sparkling wines with high alcohol content and acidity quite high. The color of the wine and straw yellow not particularly charged, perfume, quaint, and delicate and fruity (tropical fruit, pineapple in particular), the elegant and harmonious flavor. When aged, takes notes of dried fruit. And particularly suitable for aging in barrels.
Pinot Nero grapes - Among all the red grape varieties in the world and considered one of the most noble and at the same time and the most difficult to interpret; produces an extremely delicate red wine, which varies considerably from vintage to vintage even in the positions it more suitable. His winemaking and complex and represents perhaps the greatest challenge for a winegrower. It is recognized for a very distinctive aroma of red berries (especially currants, but also blackberry and raspberry).
Malvasia grapes - The Oltrepo pavese DOC Malvasia can be produced in the Sweet Dry and Sparkling or Martinotti method. It has a minimum alcohol content of 10° and consumed young. The Malvasia grape gets its name from the greek port of Monenvasia it had reached Asia Minor.
Riesling grapes - It's vine that not everyone likes now, but it has undeniable finesse. The acidity penetrating recognizable in styles ranging from very dry to sweet, richly flavored apple and lime to cover the peaches and honey character. The wine has a straw yellow color with greenish reflections. The bouquet and fruity, with hints of peach and apricot.
Cabernet Savignon grapes - It is often used in assembly with Cabernet Franc and Merlot, cut that took its name from Bordeaux, where it was introduced. In Italy there are many versions, both alone and with other red varietals. It produce intense wines already in color, rich in tannins and aromatic substances, capable of long aging.
Merlot grapes - It is often used in assembly with Cabernet Franc and Merlot, cut that took its name from Bordeaux, where it 'was introduced. In Italy there are many versions, both alone and with other red varietals. It produce intense wines already in color, rich in tannins and aromatic substances, capable of long aging.