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New Vintages Release

New Vintages Release

Posted on 03/13/2017

Dear Customer, we are glad to inform you that we have just released our three top wines obtained from a single vineyard: Kreda 2014, Raboso Terre Nobili 2011 and Stèfen 1624 2012. Our leading products are obtained from native varieties, with air drying of the grapes and from three single vineyards with magnificent terroirs.

Kreda 2014 is produced in Fossalta di Piave, in a vineyard located at 10 km from the Adriatic sea and 50 km from the Dolomites mountains. The soil is particularly rich in clay, from which it takes the name: Kreda means clay in the Venetian dialect. It is a pure Refosco dal peduncolo rosso.

Raboso Terre Nobili 2011 comes from the Terre Nobili vineyard, which was the land (Terre) where the rich Venetians Nobles (Nobili) used to come to visit the best wine estates. It is obtained from the best of the red grapes of the Piave Valley: the Raboso. The name Raboso derives from the Italian word “rabbioso”, that means angry and expresses the vitality and sometimes aggression of this wine when it is young. A world class wine that has a cellaring potential of more than 50 years.

Stèfen 1624 2012 is the multi awarded red wine which name goes back to the ancient De Stefani family surname, “Stèfen”, declared in 1624. It is obtained from 100% Marzemino grapes that come from the oldest estate of the De Stefani family, called Colvendrame estate; it is located in Refrontolo, in the heart of the fabulous hills which have today a nomination to be a Unesco World Heritage.

Please visit our web site for more information on these super fancy wines.