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Varietal - Merlot - Cà Palazzina

Cà Palazzina

Merlot is a dark blue–colored wine grape variety It takes its name from the fact that the blackbird ("merlo" in Italian) likes eating its grapes very much!

Merlot grape is to be found in Northern Italy in the 19th century, where it could rely on ideal environmental conditions. It gives origin to interesting wines, both for their structure and for the food and wine pairings they can suggest (it then spread across all other regions very fast – that's why it is known as international vine).  

In our line: Cà Palazzina – Merlot: we propose it pure as varietal.

Fully obtained from the grapes harvested in the homonymous estate owned by winery Albino Piona in San Rocco di S. Giorgio in Salici, Sona, Verona - Italy

The estate lies 10 km from Peschiera del Garda.

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Red wines

Varietal - Corvina - Cà Palazzina

Cà Palazzina

Corvina is a dark blue–colored wine grape variety. Its name is likely to originate from the very dark color of its grapes ("nero corvina" is the Italian for "raven black"), but it is more likely to come from the local dialect: Cruina (crua = "acerba", the Italian for "unripe") due to its ripeness difficulties.

Corvina grape is one of the noblest autochthonous grapes of the area of Verona. Crossed with other local grapes, it results in prestigious D.O.C. wines of Veneto.

In our line: Cà Palazzina – Corvina: we propose it pure as varietal.

Fully obtained from the grapes harvested in the homonymous estate owned by winery Albino Piona in San Rocco di S. Giorgio in Salici, Sona, Verona - Italy

The estate lies 10 km from Peschiera del Garda.

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Red wines

Bardolino D.O.C.

D.O.C.

Bardolino wine originates from a blend of red berry grape varieties, autochthonous in the area of Verona, in conformity with the 1968 D.O.C. laws.

This wine comes from the vineyards raised all along the morainic hills of Lake Garda and is named after the homonymous town. These vineyards are spread towards the inland across 14 municipalities.

It displays a light ruby red – sometimes with cherry red nuances – turning into garnet red with the ageing. Its organoleptic features suggest to serve it mildly fresh for a pleasant taste.

Serving Temperature
12 – 15°C
Alcohol Content
12,5 – 13% Vol
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Red wines

Campo Massimo, Corvina Veneto I.G.T.

I.G.T

Corvina wine originates from one single red berry grape variety.

In the line "Campo Massimo" Corvina, we give relevance to the longevity of this grape, celebrating its features.

As a matter of fact, this grape can express complex aromas, such as vegetal hints of fig leaf, hop and sweet spices turning into suggestions of tobacco, black pepper and mint and balsamic clues with the ageing. All these play a key role in the aromatic longevity of this wine.

Serving Temperature
12 – 15°C
Alcohol Content
12 – 13%Vol.
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Red wines

Azobè Rosso Verona I.G.T.

I.G.T

Azobè is a creation of our winery Albino Piona. It originates from a blend of red berry grape varieties.

As a main feature, it is bottled refined for at least six months.

Azobè recalls those typical wooden poles which used to support the vines.  

It was once a practice in this area to use this exotic timber from Equatorial Africa, as it is very hard, avoiding the part stuck into the ground to be damaged with time (scientific name: Lophira alata, family Ochnaceae, red-brown in color).

Serving Temperature
12 – 15°C
Alcohol Content
13 - 15%Vol.
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White wines

Varietal - Garganega - Cà Palazzina

Cà Palazzina

Garganega is a white wine grape variety. When fully ripe, it takes rusty orange hues. 

Historically, it is an autochthonous grape of Veneto.

First officially recorded in the famous treatise by Pietro de’ Crescenzi as Garganica in 1200, it is sure that traces of this grape variety and of its name can be found around 1000 A.D.   

In our line: Cà Palazzina – Garganega: we propose it pure as varietal.

Fully obtained from the grapes harvested in the homonymous estate owned by winery Albino Piona in San Rocco di S. Giorgio in Salici, Sona, Verona - Italy.

The estate lies 10 km from Peschiera del Garda.

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White wines

Custoza D.O.C.

D.O.C.

Custoza wine originates from a blend of white berry grape varieties, autochthonous in the area of Verona, in conformity with the 1968 D.O.C. laws.

Among Italian D.O.C. white wines, Custoza is a peculiar one, as it is made with a blend of different grapes giving it that special freshness and aromatic complexity, distinguishing it from varietals.

Serving Temperature
8 – 10°C
Alcohol Content
12 – 12,5% Vol.
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White wines

Campo del Selese D.O.C.

D.O.C.

Campo del Selese wants to show the great ageing potential of Custoza D.O.C. thanks to its specific mineral character and flavor, then becoming a Custoza Superiore

In the rural tradition, "selese" ("threshing floor") used to be a small outdoor portion of the farmyard, paved with terracotta bricks, to be found in a place exposed to the sun all day long to dry cereals for winter time. Originally, Campo del Selese used to be the field ("campo") destined to the production of this wine, near the threshing floor ("selese"). 

 

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Serving Temperature
12 – 14°C
Alcohol Content
12,5 – 13,5% Vol.
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Sparkling wines

Estro di Piona Blanc

Sparkling wine, Martinotti Charmat method - Extra Brut.

We of family Piona are intertwined with the arts ever since. Creativity is an inborn feature in us: not only as far as wine production is concerned, but also in all that makes us so special as well.

The name of this wine is a synonym for talent and inspiration ("estro" in literary Italian language), joy, liveliness and elegance.

“Lui/lei ha estro” is an Italian way to say "That person has got inspiration, something more" and is referred to somebody of many talents – just like our wine and its versatility.

That's why Anna Schettin was our choice to develop the label for this wine: as a calligrapher endowed with creative hands, once you read her words, it seems like reading about our wine!

"I personally wrote the word ESTRO using a dynamic though light sign, by paintbrush, to express all the enthusiasm, the joy and the lightness of the wine named after it."

Serving Temperature
6 - 8 °C
Alcohol Content
12–12,5% Vol
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Sparkling wines

Estro di Piona Rosè

Sparkling wine, Martinotti Charmat method - Extra Brut.

We of family Piona are intertwined with the arts ever since. Creativity is an inborn feature in us: not only as far as wine production is concerned, but also in all that makes us so special as well.

The name of this wine is a synonym for talent and inspiration ("estro" in literary Italian language), joy, liveliness and elegance.

“Lui/lei ha estro” is an Italian way to say "That person has got inspiration, something more" and is referred to somebody of many talents – just like our wine and its versatility.

That's why Anna Schettin was our choice to develop the label for this wine: as a calligrapher endowed with creative hands, once you read her words, it seems like reading about our wine!

"I personally wrote the word ESTRO using a dynamic though light sign, by paintbrush, to express all the enthusiasm, the joy and the lightness of the wine named after it."

Serving Temperature
6 – 8°C
Alcohol Content
12 – 12,5% Vol.
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Sparkling wines

Verde Piona

Verde Piona dates back to the 1970s after various experimentations of Albino Piona in person.

Sparkling white wine obtained from a second fermentation on the lees without disgorging.

Serving Temperature
6 – 8°C
Alcohol Content
12% Vol.
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Rosé wines

Chiaretto di Bardolino D.O.C.

D.O.C.

Chiaretto di Bardolino wine originates from a blend of red berry grape varieties, autochthonous in the area of Verona, in conformity with the 1968 D.O.C. laws.

It is the pink wine typical of the venetian shore of Lake Garda and takes its name from its pale pink shade.

Serving Temperature
10 – 12°C
Alcohol Content
12 – 12,5% Vol.
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Rosé wines

Estro di Piona Rosè

Sparkling wine, Martinotti Charmat method - Extra Brut.

We of family Piona are intertwined with the arts ever since. Creativity is an inborn feature in us: not only as far as wine production is concerned, but also in all that makes us so special as well.

The name of this wine is a synonym for talent and inspiration ("estro" in literary Italian language), joy, liveliness and elegance.

“Lui/lei ha estro” is an Italian way to say "That person has got inspiration, something more" and is referred to somebody of many talents – just like our wine and its versatility.

That's why Anna Schettin was our choice to develop the label for this wine: as a calligrapher endowed with creative hands, once you read her words, it seems like reading about our wine!

"I personally wrote the word ESTRO using a dynamic though light sign, by paintbrush, to express all the enthusiasm, the joy and the lightness of the wine named after it."

Serving Temperature
6 – 8°C
Alcohol Content
12 – 12,5% Vol.
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