This White from the Euganean Hills results from a wise grape mix of Garganega, Tocai, Prosecco and White Pinot cultivated in Rovolon.
It is assumed that the Prosecco varietal, of karstic origin with the name of Pucino, and it was led to Euganean Hills where it was named Serprino.
This varietal is a genetic mutation of the black Pinot. It has antique and noble origins.
The morphology of the Euganean Hills, of volcanic origin and rich in mineral substances, determines the ideal premises for the production of red wines and, this wine is striking specimen.
This varietal, original from Bordeaux, is present in Euganean Hills since 1870. Its long adaptation to the particular weather and ground from the Hills has granted it a unique capacity for expression.
This varietal original from Gironda found a particularly favourable habitat in the lands of Euganean Hills.
Obtained with Raboso Veronese grapes with second fermentation in pressure tank, it is sparkling wine, with contained gasification.