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Red Colli di Parma DOC Wine 

It’s the classic red or lively of the Parma hills. The denominazione di origine controllata (D.O.C.) is reserved for wine coming from grapes in the following percentages: Barbera (from 60% to 75%); Bonaria and Croatina alone or together, from 25% to 40%.

Red Colli di Parma splendidly accompanies roasts, braised meats, Parmigiano-Reggiano and above all typical Parma boiled dishes.

Colore: intense ruby red with violet reflections
Profumo: persistent, intense, and fruity
Temperatura di servizio: 10-16°C
 


red wines
 

wine spritzy
 

Sauvignon DOC
 

Along the hills of Parma, and especially in the Maiatico area, in val Baganza, and Arola, in val Parma, on the slopes that surround the extraordinary and visitable Castello di Torrechiara (which gets its name from "Torchiara", town of wine presses) at an altitude no higher than 400 meters, is grown the aromatic Malvasia di Candia from which "Malvasia dei Colli di Parma" (DOC) is derived.

It is a tranquil dinner wine or lively dessert wine, of a pleasant and aromatic perfume, harmonious taste, dry or sweet, still or sparkling of a low alcohol content (10,5°) ideal with light starters or vegetable dishes; perfect, when sweet, for fruity desserts. Served fresh, it is a white wine that elegantly accompanies Prosciutto di Parma (Parma ham)

Color: straw yellow
Perfume: persistent, fragrant, intense, and fruity
Serving temperature: 6-10°C
 
Malvasia DOC

On the Parma hills, and in a special way in the Maiatico area, in val Baganza, and Arola, in val Parma, on the slopes surround the extraordinary and visitable Castello di Torrechiara (which gets its name from "Torchiara", town of wine presses,) at an altitude no higher than 400 meters, grows the aromatic Malvasia di Candia, from which "Malvasia dei Colli di Parma" (DOC) is derived.

It's a tranquil dinner wine or vivacious desert wine, of a pleasant and aromatic perfume, harmonious taste, dry or sweet, still or sparkling and of a low alcohol content (10,5°) ideal with light starters and vegetable dishes; perfect, when sweet, for fruity desserts.
Malvasia Colli di Parma is a sparkling white wine is a beautiful match for typical Parma salamis and traditional first courses, such as lamb or tortelli and chives.


Color: straw yellow
Perfume: persistent, fragrant, intense, and fruity
Serving temperature: 8-10°C
 




Malvasia vino Parma
 



vino otello lambrusco
 

Otello Nero di Lambrusco
Ceci Wineries

Number one among the red sparkling wines (2009)
 

Considered the "Cantine Ceci" masterpiece.
Harvested at the beginning of October and undergoes 5-7 days of maceration on the skins.
Extraordinary violet-red colour and full enveloping bouquet of strawberries, blackberiies and raspberries with marked woody scents.
Excellent tannicity moderated by the important residual sugar.
Mariies well with all excellencies of the Parma cuisine and more besides

Variety: Lambrusco a bacca rosa
Denominazione: Emilia IGT
Alcohol level: 11,5% Vol
Tasting: best when served cool at a temperature of 12-13°C

 

S.St.9 Pétillant Brut Rosé
Ceci Wineries

1st prize aesthetics and style for italian spumante
 

It is a brut rosé charmat 50% Lambrusco and 50% Sangiovese, vinified in white and
obtained from the best Lambrusco and Sangiovese grape varieties from the Brisighella hills.
It represents an excellent spumante brut that derives from the vinification in white of the two red berry grapes and aims at virtually connecting Emilia with Romagna by taking the name of the historic main road “Strada Statale n.9” (Via Emilia) that links the two geographical areas mentioned above.
It makes a perfect match with fish and is also suitable as an aperitif.

Variety: 50% Lambrusco e 50% Sangiovese
 



spumante ros�
 






vino lambrusco marcello gran cr�
 

Lambrusco Marcello Gran Crù
Ariola Wineries

Meilleur Bollicine 97/100 - Luca Maroni 2009

Grande médaille d’or Vinitaly 2009
 

It is pre-eminently the wine of Parma country and people: sparkling, with a red and irruent foam, with full colour and strong, violet parfume.
Ariola's vineyards stretches on hillsides between 220 and 300 meters from sea-level.
Quality of soil, slimy and clayey, slope of hills, theri orientation, their excellent exposure to the sun, produce ideal conditions to vine becomes best ripe: this is the secret of Ariola's wines.
In the Ariola's farm, vine-harvest is managed with methods that are at the same time modern and respectful of traditional usages; grapes are picked up with extreme care so that the precious contents of the bunches are kept intact during squeezing.

Variety: 90%Lambrusco Maestri, 10% Cabernet
Denominazione: Emilia IGT
Colour:Ruby red, with purple tones
Alcohol level: 11% Vol
Tasting: best when served cool at a temperature of 10-16°C.


 

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