When talking about Euganean Hills, the thought runs unconsciously to the Fior d’Arancio, the dessert sparkling wine par excellence in this territory.
A typical Euganean vine and a noble descendent of the Prosecco family, Serprino is a straw-yellow colour with light green reflections which are accented in the glass by the minute bubbles generated from the Charmat process.
Varietal with probable origin in the Trieste Kras, in which there is a similar varietal known as Glera.
Crystal clear and of light pink colour, as one of the most famous diamonds after which it is named.
From the Corbine family, the Padua Corbine is a red-berry varietal cultivated since quite remote times in our territory. In the sparkling version, it is a ruby red wine, from the red-fruit fragrance that recalls marascas and violets.