Known as “the wine of the Piave”, Raboso is produced with an ageold grape variety, also mentioned by Plinio in his Naturalis Historia.

Although the practice of drying Raboso Piave grapes is very ancient, it has only recently been recovered by many winemakers in Veneto to obtain a more  romatic and complex wine. During this process, the grapes are left to sit on racks, in a controlled environment with precise temperature, humidity and ventilation conditions. This leads to a considerable loss of water, resulting in the concentration of new aromas within the grapes.

Marinò DOC Venezia

Its aroma has notes of cherries, sour cherry, blackberry, black cherry, plum, with hints of cinnamon, vanilla, leather, tobacco, violet and pepper

Sangue del diavolo Raboso del Piave DOC

It reminds of cherries, morel, dewberry, black cherry and plum with notes of cinnamon, vanilla, tobacco, violet and pepper.

Notti di Luna Piena Malanotte del Piave DOCG

An ancient legend tells that the Devil comes down to Rai on “full moon nights” (that is “notti di luna piena” in Italian), placing one foot on the ancient tower and the other on the bell tower of the nearby church.

Nina Manzoni Bianco 6.0.13 DOC Piave

Elegant, aromatic and complex with notes of pineapple, apricot, exotic fruit, peach blossom and wisteria.

Iconema Tai DOC Piave

This Tai Doc Piave comes from a vine of almost 100 years cultivated with the Bellussera breeding method whose grapes, hand-picked, have been laid on trellises for 25 days to enhance their complexity, personality and elegance.

Ciàcoe Torchiato di Fregona Colli di Conegliano DOCG

In the mouth there is an explosion of flavours. A bitter-sweet sensation with a caramelized sugar finish. Smooth, velvety and simultaneously intense and fragrant.