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Raboso Vigneto Terre Nobili

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The Raboso Piave is the most famous native variety of the Piave area. To the characteristics of the long aging wines, colour, tannins and acidity, the Raboso unites an intense blackberry and cherry aroma. The closeness to the Adriatic sea and to the Dolomiti mountains, the high density of the vineyard and the clay soil give the wine a very rich body and a natural harmony. [...]

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Video Stèfen 1624

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Awarded today as the 3rd Best Italian Red Wine by Luca Maroni, the Stèfen 1624 is now celebrated in a video that you can see below.Cited even by Mozart in the “Don Giovanni”, the Marzemino is the ambassador of Refrontolo, a hill town situated between Conegliano and Valdobbiadene, north of Venice,  just where the De Stefani winery was founded at the end of the nineteenth century. Alessandro D [...]

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Valentine's Day pink bubbles

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From the 2014 vintage the Rosé Zero Millesimato will present a lower residual sugar and will be classified as Brut (no more Extra Dry). This choice was dictated by the desire to enhance the elegance, the bouquet and freshness of this great rosé millesimato.We will continue to use our exclusive “Method Zero” process to guarantee fragrance and a rich fine aroma. [...]

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Stèfen 1624 3rd Best Red Italian Wine

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Relevant awards for the De Stefani wines! We report the ambitious positioning of the Stèfen 1624 2009 3rd Best Red Wine of Italy in the Yearbook of the Best Italian Wines by Luca Maroni, of the  Refrontolo Passito 2008, the Crown, the highest award of the guide Vini Buoni d’Italia of the Touring Club, of the Olmera 2013 Super Three Stars in the Veronelli guide. [...]

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New Solèr

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After long research is complete the blend of Solèr, one of our most popular red wines.From the vintage 2012, currently available, to the grapes of Marzemino, Refosco, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon, we have added a fifth variety: the precious Carmenere.The elegance of the Marzemino, the rusticity of Refosco, the soft opulence of Merlot, the structure of Cabernet Sauvignon and the intriguing spic [...]

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