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Grapes: Raboso Piave
Historical Notes: the Raboso, native vine with black berries typical of Treviso, has ancient origins: it is grown in Eastern Veneto, around 3000 years ago. The name recalls the adjective "rabioso", a dialect term that means “angry” used to describe a fruit that is still a bit harsh and therefore astringent. In the past, when a child was born, there was the custom to preserve the Raboso produced in that vintage for his wedding day.
Alcohol content: 15-17,5% vol.
Tasting Characteristics: intense ruby red colour with garnet hues. Full and wide bouquet, reminiscent of blackberry and cherry jam, melted chocolate and tobacco. Straight flavour, dry and austere taste, with a slight acid backbase. Great extract, exuberant the alcoholic endowment.
Food Matching: ideal with game (hare, pheasant or guinea fowl stew or sauce peverada), grilled meat and seasoned cheeses.